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jealousy during deployment?

my husband left on deployment not too long after DS was born.  Im finiding myself becoming overly paranoid and jealous of the girls he s talking to out there.... I know, i hate feeling that way and i know that that s the last thing i should be feeling but i cant seem to shake it.  In fact, i guess he got really drunk recently and one of his female co workers helped him back to his room... now i know that s not a big deal but i ve met some women in the navy (NOT ALL BY ALL MEANS) who dont care about men being married or taken.  Afterall , who would be the wiser.... anyone else ever feel like this ?  I feel real guilty for feeling this way...
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Re: jealousy during deployment?

  • Well, I mean you either trust him or you don't.  If you don't trust him then you have to ask yourself why, and go from there.

    And I just want to know where he's deployed that he's allowed to get wasted enough to need help getting back to his room!  ;)

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  • imageleslie13510:

    Well, I mean you either trust him or you don't.  If you don't trust him then you have to ask yourself why, and go from there.

    And I just want to know where he's deployed that he's allowed to get wasted enough to need help getting back to his room!  ;)

    This exactly, and he is lucky someone bought him to his room better than leaving him out in town drunk as a skunk. 

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  • I too (being an active duty female) know that there are others out there who are desperate and will throw themselves at guys. I think it is pathetic (but that is probably just because I am very happily married).   I'd imagine my husband feels a bit jealous at times since he is civilian and I do a lot of things I cannot tell him about because of clearances and whatnot...especially since this is a "man's military". BUT...I have been on the side that has been the late-night designated driver that helped someone out...(but I always take a male escort with me to be sure  nothing happens). It really comes down to just putting the faith in your husband that he cares for you and your child enough not to screw it up. Tell him that you are proud of him and miss him. Those are things we like to hear, as we get lonely without our spouses too! Just dont leave any doubt in his mind that you are thinking of him and love him and cannot wait to have him back. :D          -A1C Hogan
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