Every time my husband got ready to leave for more than a few days, whether on a deployment or for training, we would have the same conversation.
We were 20 and 23 when we married. I was a few months into my first job and my husband was in college. We took marriage prep classes through our chu..
Congratulations! You’re engaged to be married! By now, you’ve called your parents and closest family to tell them the news; you’ve probably shared a..
As a military spouse and professional counselor, my favorite thing is seeing military couples build a great marriage. In a lifestyle that is constan..
Valentine’s Day is around the corner, but that doesn’t mean the romantic, heartfelt, jubilant love gets taken down a notch the rest of the year. In ..
You’re dating a service member.
I know, I know–the uniform really helps. But now that you’ve met your special someone, what can you expect from mi..
I’ve heard that music is both deeply healing and personal to some people. I’d agree with that, especially because I’m one of those people. I associa..
Studies show that by January 20th, most New Year’s Resolutions are busted. So, if we’re science-ing and being technical, my 2016 is ruined and my li..
As the month of December comes to a close, I think back to the resolutions I have made over the years. I reminisce about the time and place, and the..
A few years back, my husband, Dave, was on a deployment rotation where he was deployed for 4 months and then home for 4 months. This cycle continued..