Pros and cons of dating a separated man

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Likewise, those tricky passive-aggressive men or those who are endlessly manipulative and withholding.

You take your time getting to know a divorced man, right?

If your partner plays it right, you guys can be moved to all kinds of neat and awesome places. Those cool destination billets won't always be open for his job either.

There are billets in Italy, Germany, Spain, Australia, Guam, Hawaii, Japan, etc. You don't always get your first choice of where you go.

The reason for this is that most of the people Navy Wives come in contact with are other Navy Wives and most times Navy Wives are afraid to get close to people because everyone moves eventually. It’s hard to make civilian friends too because you move so often, and even if you fight it, you'll get that mentality too.

Plus, you will automatically have less in common with civilians because you have different lifestyles by being in the Navy.

Well the status of “widower” does not impart exemplary character or heroic qualities anymore than “divorced” automatically means selfish, unfaithful, or somehow unreliable.

I’ve gotten a lot of comments and questions lately from Navy Girlfriends who are just plain curious about what they are getting themselves into - what will the Navy Life be like if this relationship goes all the way?

Naturally, when legal proceedings are raging, some of us may ask ourselves which is worse for the one left behind – death or divorce.

Or like me and my husband, you'll choose to further his career.

My husband and I went a total of two places: Nevada and California, which is where we are from, but that was okay because we were near family.

What if the recruiter isn’t giving your partner accurate info?

What if your partner is only being told the good parts?

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