Cannot stop Crying, why is it so hard?

posted 3 years ago in Military
Post # 4
Member
795 posts
Busy bee

@Payless:  Awwww hugs girly. It sucks when you know you’re going to have to be apart, the bees will be here for you! I work out of state and though its just for a week at a time, I cry off and on the whole 930 mile commute. It’s hard when you love someone. 

Post # 6
Member
795 posts
Busy bee

@Payless:  thank you. Funny thing is, he’s military but I’m the one who goes away for work, lol. (((Hugs)))

Post # 7
Member
935 posts
Busy bee

@Payless:  HUGS ACROSS THE HIVE. Im long distance, but nothing compared to what you are about to endure (only 2.5 hours driving).. so i cant say i know how you feel. just try to cherish the time and not think about his impending departure bcus then you wont be able to fully enjoy and embrace all the moments and memories you will share from now until then.

not sure if you dont want to bother your DH as he is sleep, but cry it out if you have to. it will help, dont keep it bottled up inside. he is going to miss you too, he may be feeling the same things. use one another while you can.

my thoughts are with you and especially him and his fellow troops and their departure. 

Post # 10
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1036 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

@Payless:  Ugh. I can’t even imagine. We dated for 2 years apart and it broke my heart every time i had to bring him to the airport and knew i wouldnt see him for 6 months or so. But that is such a different situation. My heart really goes out to you – ill keep you and your SO in my thoughts. *hugs* again

Post # 12
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1772 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

*Hugs* I know exactly what you’re going through. My husband left for boot camp 19 days after we got married and then we spent almost the entire year apart for training, and he just came back from Afghanistan. It sucks big time. HOWEVER. There are so many ways you can use that time to better yourself, learn new things, and surprise yourself with how strong you can be. There are people who know what you’re going through and will support you through it. In the meantime, cherish the moments that you’re having now. Appreciate the fact that you get him for the holidays. Make memories. Don’t dwell on what’s coming just yet. You’ll have plenty of time to deal with that when it happens.

Post # 14
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1772 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

@Payless:  Yes, join the spouses club! There are always some crazies but it’s a good way to meet people, too. And see if your duty station has any facebook groups for spouses! That’s seriously how I meet 90% of my friends haha.

Post # 16
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1772 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

Our base actually has a childfree facebook page so I really lucked out there! Maybe try starting one up and advertise on some of the other local pages- whether it’s a buy/sell page or just the regular wives’ groups. I think that’s how ours started! And the dog park is always a good place to find other childfree people since most of them have fur babies 🙂 That will be good for you!

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