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I had somewhat of a conversation with my SO about going active. and i told him i want to go. We were discussing his benefits and things at the time. He would rather go overseas than go active. and then he said that if he did go active he didnt want to take me...how F*** up is that? im just so upset right now. He doesnt know how i feel. I am trying hard not to cry....
even one of my other friends could see i was upset at something but i didnt want to talk about it so i lied and said i was fine. I have the biggest lump in my throat right now and you have no idea how bad i wanna cry to get it out of my system.
In my eyes, if you wanna be with someone for the rest of your life....wouldnt you want to be with them forever? like if you had to relocate or something wouldnt you want to bring your SO, hubby, etc with you? thats what hurts the most..... but i guess in the same sense he doesnt want to leave me behind...
so i guess it goes both ways but still...
i feel you on this issue. my hubby had to go to another state for work training for like 2-3 weeks and we fought forever about it becaz he didnt want me to go. i ended up not going and we had alot of fights about it. i could not even imagine how long term being away from ur love could be! you poor thing! i really hope he can try to see things from ur point of view. good luck
I'm glad you feel better, Hon! Going the military route is hard..been there, done that. I get what you are saying though, I wouldn't understand it either. But, I am happy that you got it off your chest. Sometimes, just writing it down or getting it out really helps to put things in perspective.