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“To my children living in Korea, Face Time and Skype [are] their [lifelines] to a close relationship with their grandparents.
This is the first Christmas in my son's life that he hasn't been able to spend with his Nana and Pops due to the 7,000-mile distance (and the Pacific Ocean), but they still got to open presents together on Christmas morning thanks to Skype.
Military Forums allow members to post on topics of interest.
Email (Send & Receive) allow members to interact within Military Passions without giving out personal contact details.
Besides being moved here, there and everywhere, there are a handful of unique qualities that military kids share.
There are a number of options within Military Passions to help connect members, including the following: Military ‘Groups’ allow members to find others who share very specific interests / similarities.
"Yeah, so meet any people, besides us", he asked and looked at me for about a millisecond.
Marine Corps Veteran taught me a lot of important life values before my peers were taught them.
The start of any new relationship is equal parts scary and exciting, but this is especially true when starting a relationship with someone serving in the armed forces. They need someone who can rush to their side when they’re feeling bad. Joining the armed forces means that, in case of an armed conflict, they may be sent overseas and there is a chance they won’t come back.
Military dating has a number of special considerations that don’t apply to normal relationships. If this describes you, military dating may not be right for you. Even when there’s no war on, it’s still a job filled with danger.
An online dating profile may show him at his best, but if you start a relationship with him, you will see him at his worst. If you have a job with a specific career path requiring staying in a specific location, you may not be able to do this.
And, if you decide to have children, the life of a military brat can be difficult for them as well.