I don't know if you are aware of your backpeddling now. But you do realize you accused us of hero worship and not spending enough time with our men? I've spent more time with my army guy than away from him. I don't know where you are getting your distorted "facts" from?Like I said I have a lot of family and friends who are military and ex military. And why would I date someone from the military if I just told you why I thought they were terrible "relationships". I try not to make a habit out of doing things that I deem are bad ideas, not unlike shooting heroin in my veins.
Instead of generalizations, give me statistics. Give me which branch you are speaking of? Yes, military families spend time apart. I'm also an actress. Do you have any idea how much time we spend apart from our loved ones? Yep, it takes a lot of trust and individuality to be in relationships like these.1) You are pretty much never around your significant other
2) You have kids with someone who are pretty much never around your children
3) You typically move far away from your friends and family
Your original posts were not "I" statements. If they were, I wouldn't have responded. You were not stating personal preferences about what you liked or didn't like. You were posting blanket statements, therefore you get an opposing viewpoint.
Or perhaps you just suck at stating personal opinions. Don't blame me for your complete break down in communication and blatant agenda exposing.It seems like you're the type of person that doesn't believe anyone can have a logical and strong opinion about something unless they experienced it first hand.
My rebuttal to your future rebuttal is can tell you that I don't need to fall from the empire state building to know I'll probably die. But experience tells me you'll just chuckle to yourself and think "he doesn't know nothing cause he hasn't done it" and you'll be quite content with that. So carry on.
IMO, you sound insecure about being away from your partner for two seconds.