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"We live in a time where being in a loving relationship is seen as an obligation. If it isn't seen that way, the relationship is considered an obligation that cannot be broken, and it ends in divorce." "When it comes to our military partners and their families, I hope that the men and women of this great military community will realize that they are part of an amazing community of people. It is a privilege to be part of a family that includes people of all different backgrounds and religions, and the ability to work together to give back to their community. I hope that we can continue to find ways to help our military families and communities as they help us as individuals in their day-to-day lives. "I want to be very clear that I don't mean that I hate my service members. In fact, I feel very close to them and thailand cupid dating wish them the best. However, the majority of my work as an advocate has been dedicated to educating my fellow service members about what it means to live in a family with children. I know that the time has come to have a discussion about what the purpose of the military family is and what we all are contributing to it. I want our military to know that I and the men and women of this military community don't stand in opposition to military families and that we have the same goals, the same goals for our families, and the same needs as they do. I want this to be a conversation that I and my fellow military advocates are willing to have with our military families. "I am deeply passionate about this issue because I have witnessed the devastating effects of being raised in a military family. I witnessed how some of my friends, my brothers, my sons, their wives, and even my parents struggled with the loss of a child in war, and the struggles they endured to bring that child back to our home in the United States. I have never experienced any of this before, and I cannot even imagine what it must be like to lose a child that you loved and single chat online had every intention of raising to be the person you know her to be. I believe it is important that our military community, both active and retired, know how we are feeling and that we are willing to share our experiences, our struggles, and our frustrations with our family. I believe that it is time to start a conversation. Let's have some of these things out in public. Let's begin a conversation that is more than just "I think I could have done better." Let's start a conversation about how we all can help end the wars of our generation. It's time to make the world a safer place for all, not just for our children, but for all who are left behind.

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