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I've done a search and found threads about dating military men, and how it's hard with deployments. I just want to know if there are any pre-conceived opinions, be it positive or negative.
This is based solely on the experiences of my veteran friends, as well as my own with a past paramour. The military teaches service members to trust their unit, and few others. If he comes to you with a problem, chances are he’ll talk about it until he no longer wants to and then go into lockdown. That is not a good thing or a bad thing, that is just a matter of fact and something you need to understand. Military men are used to their band of brothers, and are bred to be loyal and protective. Some branches of the military (I’m looking at you, Marines) have a feeling of superiority over others.
This list is not simply a composition of pros or cons, but rather an overview of what dating a service member active duty or veteran — is like. They are meant to be extremely close with this group of people and everyone else is simply on a need-to-know basis. It is not a competition between his military friends and you; they are people who shared a very intimate part of his life, and you should want to be close with them, too. He will love you fiercely and be the most faithful companion, if you can promise the same. Granted, that is earned due to the nature of their work and how much they put on the line.
When it comes to mentioning the military past in your profile: I am all for that. If someone is mature enough to realize they are still people, get a job when they are out and move forward with life, fine. I'm over it in 5 minutes just like I dont want to hear about the ex wife. Those are rare though and usually older/uneducated guys who feel they are past any glory days or have no future that will equal or surpass their service years.. In my late 20s and 30s I loved dating military guys because they were so fun, but would never have thought of long term with someone enlisted.. People will have prejudices and assumptions (really the same thing) about ANYTHING in a persons past.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.There have been a few articles about the pros and cons of dating the Generation Y military man, and while some of them are better reads than others, I felt the need to weigh in. Military men may never have closer relationships than those they made in the military.I think that having the military on your "résumé" can be a divisive thing, and am just wondering on peoples' opinions on that. I've been out of the Army for about a year now, and it really varies a lot. If you have been in the military then you probably have more structure to you life but depending on what you have seen then you could have some emotional and mental baggage( that doesn't mean crazy). I've never had my military service be anything but a source of pride from the women in my life.Some people will treat you awesome just because you're a veteran, others will treat you like crap. Either way I think all military men deserve respect and recognition. Deployment is hard on a family, but it is what it is. When it comes to military men, former or current, one of my general assumptions is, that they are okay with owning guns and using guns on people. The bottom line is, your lifestyle and that of your (future) partner need to match (at least to some degree).