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17 Apr 1991

I am 17 years old. I live in Florida. I love meeting new people and helping them with their problems. I live up to my expectations and nothing less. I am joining the Marines.

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iloveyou25430 asked:

23 Jan 2009

I need some help.

Well, my fiance' is in Ft. Bragg and he is leaving in Oct. to UAE (which is at the Gaza Strip) and its going to be really hard for me to all take this in at one time. Is there any way someone can help me cope with this kind of thing.



seraph says:

Posted on 23 Jan 2009

I know this might sound a lot easier said than done and also a bit "wrong", but you have to try and keep yourself busy and think about yourself while he is gone.

Neither of you will be helped by you sitting at home all day waiting for his call...your time apart will drag out like in slow motion of you let that happen.

Also, if he can't talk to you for some reason, the disappointment will be even bigger than if you keep yourself occupied and fill your life with interesting and fulfilling things to do.

Try to talk to each other as often as possible, but even if you have e-mail or phone calls, send him things! Make up a little parcel at regular intervals with some of his fav things or a little surprise, and add a letter. Write about what you are doing (maybe you find a new hobby to "fill the gap"?) and your every day life - paint a vivid picture of what it's like so he can feel connected to you and you know what is going on in each other's life. That way, you will never feel estranged and drift apart while he is gone, and your regular parcels/letters will give your darling something to look forward to.

Try not to worry by imagining any bad things that could happen to him - once again way easier said than done - because that's only putting a burden on your mind. He himself will probably be too busy to worry about that most of the time, and it would be good if you can manage the same.

Maybe you can get to know some other people in your situation - only they can really understand what it's like, and perhaps you can support each other or help each other take your minds off things!

Finally, do keep the light at the end of the tunnel in mind...time can fly by so fast when you are busy, and counting the days till you see him again can be a pleasure in itself. When a child waits for christmas, looking forward to it is part of the excitement and the joy of it, and maybe it can be the same for you once you see how he is drawing nearer with every X in your calendar.

If you believe in God, then pray for him to give both of you strength and protection for the time to come, and I am sure your prayers will be answered.

I wish you the very best and hope I could somehow help. Take care :)

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