Dating flirt in kuwait
I was scared of the thought of him going to war, but even more scared that this new lifestyle would make us grow apart.But I decided to give it a shot and hope that we could make it through this, and we did!
This proved to be a frustrating task as he was repeatedly asked if he was sure he wanted to leave that kind of power to someone he was not married to.Of course, I’m angry sometimes, and I get so sick of playing the waiting game and having no control while he’s deployed.Yes, there are times that I think I’m crazy for choosing this life, when I could have it so much easier if I’d wanted. It’s about going for what you want, taking chances, falling down just to get back up and do it again.I started dating my boyfriend when I was 15 he was 17. I was supportive, but I didn’t really know what I was in for either.We fell in love quickly, after dating for about a year, and he was 18 he told me some army recruiters had stopped by during lunch at school and they said he had potential physically after completing a pt test with him. The day he left was hard but it still hadn’t hit me, but a few weeks later I became really depressed. Things became easier as I received many letters over the course of the 16 weeks of btc and ait, until we found out he would be stationed in Germany. I didn’t know what to do, how to feel, and I didn’t know what to say.