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I wanted to be supportive but at the same time, I was still in high school, it was a really rough piece of news to receive.Eventually I decided that id stay with him, I went to his graduation, it was so nice to see him again. We spent a few weeks of leave together, and off he went to Germany. He and I always joke that our story would make such a good movie =] I met my soldier 5 years ago while hanging out with his older brother – my best friend at the time.He came home every 6 months for about 2 weeks at a time. I hated the army, I wanted him to quit, he wanted to quit, we fought a lot, but we never ever broke up (we wanted to get married but I had failed my senior year because I missed to much school, because I was extremely depressed) About 2 years into his career he got deployed, I was devastated, but I remained strong over the phone, I tried to be as supportive as possible. Soon after he injured his ankle during training, he broke his ankle, ultimately he got med boarded, and came home in 2007. In 2008 I started thinking about joining, he supported me, told me probably everything I need to know, answered all of my questions and I joined the army as a dental specialist September 2009. If I could give any advice it would be to remain strong in yourself, and remain strong for your soldier. He thought I was the coolest girl ever for knowing the words to a song few other girls would, and I simply thought he was amazing.I could say that after that, the rest is history and we lived happily ever after from that moment on, but that would be lying. A few nights after he’d returned home from Basic Training, I had a dream that he’d come home where I ran up to him, surprised and ecstatic that he was back.Things got in the way, and we both dated other people and went on with our lives for 4 years, though we always remained friends. I told him about the dream, we began talking on a regular basis, and soon after, we started dating. It’s been almost a year since then, and he’s been deployed in Iraq for the past 9 months, but I don’t regret my decision, and I wouldn’t have my life any other way.
But I decided to give it a shot and hope that we could make it through this, and we did!I was able to attend his Basic Training graduation, which conveniently fell on Valentine’s Day weekend.I saw him again after his RIP graduation – this time he came to see me.We spent an amazing week together but saying good-bye proved more difficult than before.
Although there were no deployment orders (yet) I knew in my heart that the minute he arrived at his duty station he would be gone.And if that’s what it takes to be with my soldier, then throw anything you want at me – I’ll get through. I hope this helped out or gave hope or comfort to those of you who are also dating a soldier and/or are in a similar situation to mine.I know it gets rough, and sometimes, all we need to know is that we’re not alone, that someone else understands and is doing it too.We’ve all got to stick together and support each other in any way we can!!