Military veteran, philanthropist, mother, student, and on a journey of self-discovery.
Three Ways to Show Your Loved One You Care
Being in a relationship is difficult. Two people have to be entirely committed to make a relationship last. The thing about relationships these days is that, through the course of them, our significant others may start to feel forgotten or insecure due to the demanding lives we live. Whether it is work, school, volunteering, or just keeping up with the children’s activities, we can forget to offer that token of love that can remind our significant others that we are still present in the relationship with small amounts of effort at a time. This will keep the relationship going, even though your ability to cultivate it is being hindered by life.
Life After the Military
I was only eighteen when I enlisted in the United States Army. I decided to go army because Air Force took too long and I wasn’t ready to go to college. I was the first in my family to join, and the black sheep, as well. I was known to skip class and quite often disrupt class if I was present. Even though I skipped a grade in elementary, growing up with peers older than I made it easy for peer pressure to take over.