If you quickly open a soda,there is some chance the contents will foam up and spill over the top.
Shake that bottle for thirty seconds before removing the top and you’ll have a much more intense experience.
He’s in the Navy and deployed somewhere in the Middle East… This trip he’s on now has been awful since he has minimal communication opportunities, so I understand how the doubt can creep in. if they make it through the training and first deployment they can make it through anything.
I’ve asked one of our partners, Mike Jones, to talk about loved ones on deployment.
Mike is a former US Army Captain with two tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Dawson: It seems that with a lot of our callers the lack of communication with a deployed spouse or boyfriend/girlfriend is what puts a lot of pressure on relationships.
Talking with people about relationships with loved ones in the military is like opening a bottle that has been violently shaken.
A lot of time soldiers are in isolated situations with limited or command-only communications.Here are some of the comments I have received about deployment and its impact on relationships. Everything was going great the first half of the deployment, then out of nowhere he starts to become distant and disconnected.Anonymous wrote: Guys usually don’t communicate the way women do. The best I would get was a “miss you Babe” on a phone call. Then he tells me that he doesn’t know if he has the same feelings for me anymore.I know my husband loves me and missed me on deployments. Happy Little Girl wrote: I am experiencing my first deployment away from the most fantastic man I’ve ever met besides my father.
We’ve been dating for 8 months and love each other. nicolem28 wrote: I’m engaged to an AF guy and he’s been gone 50% of our relationship.
If you’re front line like infantry soldiers, you are busy 24-7-365-360 (every hour, every day of the year, all around you).