Dating a military

We know they have to be away to fight for our freedom but we really just want them home to spend time together.

If you think regular couples have problems communicating, try dating someone in the military.

Dating a military man poses unique challenges, and as we overcome them our relationships with our guys grow stronger.

“I’m going to keep doing what I have been regardless of that, because I am exactly where I need to be right now. He is my best friend.” Ria Patel, 21, and Justin Hunsinger, 21, started dating in June of 2012.

However, he has said that if we have to move because I take a job somewhere else, he would be willing.” Khabeera: “No I am not. Staying together through high school and into college, Justin has been serving active duty in the United States Marine Corps since high school graduation while Ria is getting her Bachelor’s degree in health studies at East Carolina University .

On one hand, it solidifies our relationship a little more, because I see this as a very positive step for him.

I can tell he is making good decisions for himself and thinking of his future, a future that may include me.

He had no intentions of getting a master’s degree before the military, but now he might go on to get a doctorate.

He scored very, very well on his ASVAB and is already starting a higher rank (as well as pay) so the possibilities are endless.

We all know that we are dying to catch a quick message or call from our guys. You don’t know what he is truly dealing with while overseas.

This is probably the scariest part of being with someone in the military. There is no telling when he will be home because his job might make him stay longer than he thought he would be there.

The fact, is you are with someone who wants to get better and has set goals. They also have the end in mind and are working towards it.

Do I even have to say anything more about how good they look in uniform?

On the other hand, his life is his life and my life is mine.

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