After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. Showers me with unconditional love every time I see him. Brags to everybody about how lucky he is to have me.
My boyfriend and I have been together since highschool, for about 3 or 4 years now. But I have major guilty feelings going on lately... I feel as though I'm with him partially because I "owe it to him" now, which is the last reason a relationship should stay together.
Marriage to someone in the military isn't going to be the same and I think it would be good for you to think about that. If you're not feeling anymore, right or wrong, you're not feeling it anymore.
Don't allow him to continue on thinking all is well when it isn't. Don't rush into the conversation on a whim: develop your thoughts and how you are going to communicate them, and the execute.
Well love is a strong word for you guys since it has just been a couple of months, but I am sure he felt something really strong for you.
My ex-husband dealt with junior Marines in this situation, and it's a crappier situation when the person is being strung along. If you're not feeling anymore, right or wrong, you're not feeling it anymore.One of my most vivid memories of military life was during a time when I was a military girlfriend. I was the girl who he spent nearly all his free time with. The girl who wrote him a special letter and tucked it neatly in his pack before leaving.Nearing our thirties, my boyfriend and I had been together for several years already. The deployment was less than a few months away, and he was preparing for especially dangerous missions. He was leaving, and the risk during the upcoming deployment was real. I was the girl who took him to the bus and held it together with every ounce of my being as it drove away disappearing in the distance. And yet, in the eyes of the military I was a military girlfriend.Dating someone in the military isn’t as glamorous as Hollywood makes it appear.If you are considering seriously dating a man (or woman) in the military, there are a few things to consider.Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared at Cellar Door, the personal blog of Gabrielle Puglia. You need to understand that the military is a brotherhood.