So my husband is in the Navy and has been for over a year now. For most of the year he's been gone. He had three months of boot camp and then about a year of A school. During that time my DD and I saw him about every third or fourth month for about a week each time. It wasn't that hard, because I got used to that schedule. Well he came home around Christmas and then got his orders for his next training post. It turned out that this would also be his permanent duty station, so he was able to move us out here with him. His post is two hours away from my hometown so I was okay with moving. I left my job that I loved, my huge back yard, and my family that was only two minutes down the road. Here it is a month and a half later and he has his orders to leave in about a week for his first deployment. It'll only be for about five months at the most (he may be sent home early), and I could care less. I know that sounds horrible, and I know I'll miss him, but I really am not upset or sad or any of that. If anything I'm just resentful that I moved out here to be with him for what? A month? I left my family, my job, my home for what? I know I'm supposed to be the supportive wife, but I just keep thinking of all the things that I could've been doing. I should be spending as much time with him as I can before he leaves, but I just keep thinking "here we go again". I keep reading other posts where people are all sad and lovey dovey about their husband who is gone or leaving, and it makes me feel so guilty for feeling this way, but it doesn't change how I feel at all. I guess I'm just wondering if there is anyone else out there who feels a little resentful, or if I'm just a *** who needs to get over it.