How to deal with dating a marine
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Now, you have your Marine. He is just like any other guy. Simple as that. He may have a regular day job with the occasional overnight duty or he may work shifts.
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Dating a US Marine | Futurescopes
There have been a few articles about the pros and cons of dating the Generation Y military man , and while some of them are better reads than others, I felt the need to weigh in. This is based solely on the experiences of my veteran friends, as well as my own with a past paramour. Slowly break the barrier. The military teaches service members to trust their unit, and few others. They are meant to be extremely close with this group of people and everyone else is simply on a need-to-know basis. As the significant other, you will not get more details than necessary on anything unless you poke and prod.
How to Date a Marine – A Few Tips To Keep in Mind
While dating is always full of ups and downs, it doesn't generally involve training exercises, lengthy deployments and military lingo -- a foreign language if you don't do some research. Marines might have a reputation for being rough, tough fighters who are fiercely dedicated to their band of brothers, but each Marine also has his own individual personality. If you can focus on building a solid relationship, maintaining a connection with others and keeping your own needs in mind, you and your partner will be off to a good start. Discuss areas of contention and relationship issues as they arise. Be prepared for relationship stress before a deployment, which can lead to arguments and fights, cautions Lieutenant Colonel Simon Pincus and his colleagues in "The Emotional Cycle of Deployment: A Military Family Perspective.
They have kids, they have base housing, they know their way in and out and through the military like I would know my way through a video game. Nothing makes me feel as self-conscious as being around people who have years of experience over me. I had never felt so alone as when I had to mingle with these people and get to know them, when I was so new to everything relatively speaking and had so little in common with them. But whatever military-hosted gathering you find yourself at, all you can do is get through it. So make friends with as many people who have dated, married, or been family to someone in the military.