sorry kinda long
Most Helpful Guy
I was in the Navy and on a ship that carried lots of Marines. He's still a guy with all the guy goods and bars. The only thing that's different is he doesn't have control over his life as long as he's in. There is no calling in sick. A relationship with a military person can be very rewarding but also very hard especially if conflict erupts somewhere and he gets deployed. Even in peacetime he will go on deployments that usually last about six months. Military men and women are always training and in his case it's usually simulated war time conditions and his role in it. It takes a special person to stay in a relationship with a military member but thousands have and are doing it.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Girl
im so glad you asked this question :)
let me bother you with my sory.
my boyfriend of a year and i were dating before he enlisted. we had been together for id say 8 months before he left for basic training nearly 1200 miles away. the first few months were fine. he was off training every Sunday so we would drive half way and meet up so we could see eachother. slowly, we stopped doing that. got to expensive. we gradualy grew apart. he was in pensacola, fl. tons of girls in bikinis and bars on the beach. he was the designated driver because he was one of the only ones under 21. so many girls would talk to him because "who wants to talk to a drunken asshole" k called me one day and told me that he slept with another woman. him and i decided that maybe we should just take a break. here i am, a year later, and we dont hardly talk because he is deployed on active dutie.
long story short. the relationsip can be worht it, but in most cases it is not0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE