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Men in uniform will never go out of style. And call it socially constructed, biologically motivated, or whatever. There is something absolutely hot about men who wear military uniform. Military guys are protective, which comes with the territory I suppose. He will be one of the most caring guys you will ever meet.
Especially if he has witnessed a lot of human suffering, he will know the importance of kindness and will almost always treat you kindly.
Because he knows the importance of friendship, he will be a good friend to you. A boyfriend really is supposed to be someone you can chill, hang out with, have deep conversations with, and of course, also make out with. He will probably be a chivalrous guy — opening doors, pushing out chairs, walking on the outside of you on a sidewalk.
All those little things that make a BIG difference. And that means there will be an air of hyper-masculinity any time the boys are present.
In one sense, they are one of the best at dealing with women who want both independence and interdependence. His strength and demeanor will also always make you feel safe. Especially if they were in combat, it will likely affect the way they see the world. So while their exterior may be hard, many will also have centers that are soft and mushy inside. Guys in the military tend to have great stories — some of which are obviously exaggerated.
He will teach you many things about culture, about people, and about life. But he will make you more curious. Not only about him, but about the world around you. And he will let you know that not only does he want to take care of you, he wants to let you take care of him too. And he will make sure you know that every precious second with you is meaningful to him. A new Thought Catalog series exploring our connection to each other, our food, and where it comes from.
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Mine hates getting up in the morning. He only does it because if he didn't that would be desertion. Mine had the coffee and bacon and eggs going and I'd be in never never land. I guess it takes all kinds! I haven't had any experience, but my brother is in the military and has a pretty good relationship with my sister-in-law; he and I are close, so I know the ups and downs.
People are individuals, and you don't want it to be a self-fulfilling prophecy! As for my brother's marriage, I don't think there is anything out of the ordinary other than he is gone a lot and she has to understand and deal with that.
That also leads to her being a bit possessive when he gets back understandably , but it can cause a bit of a strain when they visit. He is such a laid back person, had never threatened her she would have told me , or anything. I don't think it's necessarily the military that has done anything.
I think my parents just raised him and me to not be shitty people and to treat others well. I know and have met quite a few awesome military guys full disclosure: Any that I've hung around have been awesome, mature, not terribly macho, and just generally disciplined and responsible guys. The ones with wives or girlfriends are really respectful, kind, and committed, despite dealing with LDRs in some cases. There's never been anything to indicate that they were jerks, though of course they could have secret double lives or something.
However, these guys are military intelligence, which they admit can be a different breed from military infantry. They're also a small sample, but from talking to them they don't feel like exceptions among the people in their area of the military though they were sometimes out of place among the general population in basic training.
He was emotionally abusive and I am still trying to break out of feeling inadequate eight months after breaking up with him. When I see him on the street, I get flashbacks and it's like he still has power over me, even though I'm dating the best man in the world right now.
I regret ever meeting that military dude. Now I get scared of making anybody mad because I'm afraid they'll hit me. OP, please be careful. People never really mean to be abusive, I think, but that doesn't mean it doesn't still hurt and that it won't fuck you up.
Fingers crossed that he isn't a piece of shit: I dated someone and dumped him partially because of his plans to join the military. I couldn't do that whole He had some mental issues, but I don't think they were military related per se, he was just a bit depressed and unsure of himself.
Now he's stuck himself in an abusive relationship with a girl because of his seeming need to get married right away. I feel bad for him. My cousin's married to a military man and they seem quite happy. However when he was discharged his daily physical activity changed but his diet didn't and it shows - I don't think she cares though, it's just a big difference in how he looks in just over a year.
Thank you everyone for your responses. The variety of experiences is very interesying. For sure I'm going to give this guy a chance. As one poster mentioned, I really don't want to become a self fulfilling prophesy. I'm married to a military man. Granted, we did date before he joined. Yes, there are many cheaters in the military.. Give him a chance It's probably different depending on where they end up in the military. I dated a guy from the coast guard. Him and all of his buddies were heavy drinkers.
He was away a lot for long periods of time, which is a drawback. But he was a good guy and it seemed like the only thing that influenced him from the military was his drinking. Canadian military, so different ball game. Absolutely exemplary men and attentive respectful lovers. The one that was in Afghanistan twice suffers from alcoholism now though, so that's sad.
I haven't had a bad experience dating anyone in the military. Sometimes the attraction just wasn't there, but they were all very well-mannered, and seemed to have a lot of their priorities in order. They knew what they wanted out of life, and they knew what they needed to do to achieve that. That confidence - not cockiness- is something that I have always found attractive. Never dated a guy in the military that was awful or violent. I just find they don't really match up with my personal attitudes or goals.
The ones I have dates have been friendly though, usually more energetic. My ex who was very violent, immature, and threatened me, only went to The Citadel for about a year, so I'm not so sure he counts as military.
He was discharged from there anyway. Not because of he was violent; he just had bad schizophrenia. PTSD after returning from overseas that severely exasperated the substance abuse and domestic abuse, plus I got to listen to him crying in the locked bathroom at night and find pictures on his camera of rotting bodies with no heads.
We divorced, and apparently he spiraled pretty hard for a long time, from pot and alcohol to harder things like cocaine. One guy beat his wife to death. Massive amounts of infidelity. A few suicides and attempted suicides. A few deaths from drunk driving. You mention the one you've met is a nice guy.
My husband was a nice guy too. Really funny, and charming, and genuinely was my best friend. Except when he was beating me up, and that never happened until after he joined the military. He pretended to get deployed instead of just breaking up with her. She actually thought he was dead because she hasn't heard from him in like 2 months. Even after that, I don't think it's right to say all military men are awful. There's a certain type of person that gravitates toward that occupation, but not all of them are horrible.
One of my friends married a dude in the military and he was very emotionally abusive, I think because he was super depressed about joining up I've hung out with him a lot so I know what he was like before he joined. The military is also pretty shitty about getting therapy for soldiers, let alone couples therapy. My friend tried to get him to go to a counselor with her but they wouldn't let them go to a private, independent counselor, they had to go to an army counselor.
The army counselor basically told him that he was fine and that there was nothing wrong with him when obviously, getting black out drunk and calling your wife a CUNT whenever possible is totally healthy behavior.
There's a reason why divorce is super high among soldiers. The institution encourages marriages but doesn't do anything to keep them stable and healthy. I wouldn't say marriage is "encouraged", but rather that the pay and allowances structure incentivizes it.
Every single young Marine in my units who thought about getting married mentioned basic allowance for housing Hey! The USMC will pay me to move out of the barracks! But individually, marriage is discouraged. Everyone one of those Marines was almost immediately sat down by a team of NCO's and SNCO's and given a quick lesson in the cost of utilities, gas, and diapers along with an making him listen to other Marine who had married way too young list their problems.
That was usually followed by one of them talking to an officer and finding some reason to confine that Marine to base.
A decent NCO will try everything they can to keep his Marines from getting married: I had one guy who slipped out during a long lunch and ran to the courthouse. I could be a taxi driver and make sure he and the wife could get to work and keep paychecks coming in I wouldn't even know where to look to try to fix that.
I knew of some family support groups, but those were based around when he's away on deployment, not when him being home is the problem. At the very least that counselor should have done something about the drinking problem. It's not the military's problem to keep the marriages stable. They don't need to babysit people. If they can't sort it out, they shouldn't stay married. You need to understand this and realize how difficult it is. Recognize the invisible wounds.
Not every soldier comes home with post-traumatic stress. However, for those who do, there is nothing wrong with that. Just keep in mind that the chances of him wanting to open up and talk about it — let alone seek help — are slim to none, at least at first. This will be trying for you, but imagine how he feels. Expect sleepless nights, and bouts of being on the receiving end of awkward silences.
You need to try your hardest to understand, get him to eventually talk about it preferably to a professional and pretty much avoid all triggers — like war movies. Enjoy the fun facts. You will be inundated with more random facts about places like the Middle East or the South than you care to cram into your brain.
Trust me, eventually, they will come up. I won a round of trivia just because I knew the currency in Bahrain. I am a sucker for someone who is passionate about his work. Service members fight to defend our country. Let him do the driving. Military men are used to being thrown into countries and situations with which they are unfamiliar, so when traveling, always expect to have a great navigator around.
Basically, dating a Generation Y military man is no different than dating anyone else.
To start with, I would ask anybody who is to date an army guy to possess a lot of If you want to have an experience which will be completely different to all the fun and doing everything we saw other couples doing when we were apart. Whether you are a past or present military girlfriend, these problems are unique to Want more on military life? Hang around for a bit and join the fun! . I always told myself that if I ever started dating a military man I would make it and be. Military men may never have closer relationships than those they made a very intimate part of his life, and you should want to be close with them, too. Dating a service member is not all fun and games; it takes a lot of work.