Dating a sailor
To me, watching the sun set over the horizon of the Pacific is a magical experience that never gets old.Being connected to nature is my peace of mind, my sanctuary, something that is important to me, recharges me, and something I wouldn't trade for any money in the world.What is something you've always wanted to do but haven't had the time for? Going through this, sticking it out despite those moments, that's what reveals your strength.Enduring those moments is what shows you can do this.
Hi Anonymous, I understand what you are going through and it's not fun.
I have trouble going into the ocean past my waistline.
I am terribly afraid of whales, big waves, and the unknown and depths of the ocean.
Be patient with him and with yourself during this transition.
Sailors have always been intriguing people - sailing all over the world on a ship, fighting in wars, dealing with pirates, seeing places some people only dream about.Create a strong network of people and groups you can go to in order to vent or just talk to or hang out with. Get in contact with and get on the email lists of your Sailor's Family Readiness Group and Ombudsmen. Get hobbies, plan projects, plan trips, or go for that future education to fill in the extra time you will have when he goes away. In addition to this blog Spouze Buzz and Military Spouse and Military One Source are all great resources.