Hello, loves! Today I’m excited to share this incredible guest post with you from Laura Pennington. It’s not easy as moms or military spouses to share our worries and to show the side of us that frets over what this life is doing to our families, so please show her some love and support. -Eliza […]
I fear they will grow to be adults with no real sense of forming attachments and never experience love in its entirety. Almost, as if they will always have one foot out the door, waiting for the time to come that they will have to forget and move forward once again.
Last week, I had the opportunity to speak to the Army Wife Network on preventing child sex abuse, and child sex abuse crimes in the military. Military families face added challenges due to the constant moving, lack of access to help from trusted family members, etc.
While I agree with the IG report that military officials need to secure these bases for security reasons, too many times parents think these bases are secure areas for their children.
Any amount of time without the person you fell head over heels for and promised your life to is going to feel like an eternity. I’ve always been an independent person so struggling through his two-year unaccompanied tour came as a huge surprise for me. Here are some things I took complete control of (and some I wish I had) to get through those hard years.