Basically, if it’s not a deployment, military personnel always have a choice: they can include you or they won’t.” Any relationship comes with it’s own challenges, but two civilians dating won’t go through things such as deployment and constantly moving to new duty stations.Divorced from her husband who was also in the military, Jessica Player, 38, knows first-hand the strains the military can put on a relationship.Would you like to meet exciting single Army men and women who protect us every day?
The job of an army is totally different from others. Their personality is very charming and can easily attract most of the women.
Their manner, deportment and discipline make themselves individual from common people.
Although there are many benefits to being in the military, it comes with many sacrifices and it isn’t for everyone.
“The mission has to come first, and sacrifices have to be made.” This is the exact same statement my mom used to tell me whenever she talked about my dad’s military career.
Caitlin Bryant, 20, student at Johnson and Wales University, says it all depends on how you handle not being in constant contact and not being able to see them everyday.
“For me I started to talk to my boyfriend, Josey, after he was in the Marines so it was easier for me to get in that mindset, but you have to be loyal and trust is key in these long distance relationships.“I will never date a soldier” is the phrase I used to tell myself religiously.Growing up with my dad in the Army, I have always felt that I got enough of the military lifestyle – and then I ended up dating someone in the military anyway.The doubts were frustrating: does it make sense to even attempt dating someone states away?Whether it made sense or not, it’s not something I regret at all.I agree that there are definitely major differences, but those differences can run parallel to similar situations (with less risk attached).” “Civilians should not be expecting to play second best to the military.