Homefront Relationships

How the Army Made My Husband a Better Person

  The Army taught my husband so much more than just how to shoot guns and follow orders. He grew up differently than I did. Where I had the exemplary father and mother figure, he did not. He lost his father at a very young age, and even so, his father was not around forContinue Reading “How the Army Made My Husband a Better Person”

Guest Blogs Relationships

Single Mom Learning to Date Online: Buckle Up, it’s Quite a Ride

  Guest Post By: Laura Feeney What’s a girl to do when the way people meet changed drastically in the last 10 years while she was busy being married? One newly single mom got a quick lesson in all things Tinder and Match.com after her husband left. When I became single again, I had toContinue Reading “Single Mom Learning to Date Online: Buckle Up, it’s Quite a Ride”

Homefront Relationships

The Divorced Dependent: Blindsided

  Guest Post By: Laura Feeney It all happened really suddenly. Life as I knew it and life as I thought it would be no longer existed. I married into military life in August of 2005. Almost 11 years later, I am no longer a military spouse, but I am not leaving empty handed. IContinue Reading “The Divorced Dependent: Blindsided”

Health/Beauty Relationships

6 Ways to Stay Fit with Your Spouse

Working out with a partner can help keep you motivated, make workouts more enjoyable, and provide friendly competition. The next time you exercise, try working out with your spouse – one of your greatest sources of support. Guard Your Health, a health and wellness campaign for Army National Guard Soldiers and families, shares six waysContinue Reading “6 Ways to Stay Fit with Your Spouse”