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Military Wives: Life Scholars

When we think of scholars, we think about people who go through many years of education and research in order to enhance their academic knowledge. We think about all the reading and studying and writing and testing that is required to be considered truly knowledgeable in a particular field. We think about people such asContinue Reading “Military Wives: Life Scholars”

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An Important, Yet Often Neglected Relationship: Part Two

Read Part One here. The steps to insure that doesn’t happen are I believe doable by any mother-in-law and daughter-in-law who desire to enrich their lives and the lives of their family by not just getting along, but by sharing mutual respect and ideally a genuine friendship. First, the desire for a positive relationship mustContinue Reading “An Important, Yet Often Neglected Relationship: Part Two”

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An Important, Yet Often Neglected Relationship: Part One

  The mother-in-law, daughter-in-law relationship is a tough one to figure out. Some would consider it a love-hate relationship. Some would consider it a constant tug of war over the son/husband, and some don’t consider it a relationship at all. All of the above are unfortunate and obviously not ideal for a loving, caring, supportingContinue Reading “An Important, Yet Often Neglected Relationship: Part One”

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When One Becomes Two

Military women are some of the strongest, most resilient, unyielding women you will ever come across. We take on double the load. We act as single parents while keeping the other parent “present”. We fight to not just survive but to thrive. We cry the greatest tears, feel the deepest longing, pray the fiercest prayersContinue Reading “When One Becomes Two”