If you are married to someone in the military, you are often alone for many months during deployments. But even though you are physically alone, you aren't parenting alone like many single parents may be.Read Full Story
Krystel is the military spouse and mom behind the popular military spouse lifestyle blog ArmyWife101.com, and co-founder of the first monthly subscription box (care package) for military spouses called TheSpouseBox.com. Krystel has appeared on MSNBC and on FOX LA, NY Times Radio and was a former weekly contributor to HLN's "Raising America". She frequently posts pictures of cupcakes and french fries on Instagram.
While it's not always easy, adults can understand deployments and manage all the challenges that come with them. For kids, however, it can be harder to process why Mommy or Daddy isn’t home on Christmas morning.Read Full Story
When someone says, "I totally get how you feel," many times, they really don't. As a military wife, I often hear those types of sentiments from civilian spouses. Can they really empathize or are our circumstances beyond comparison?Read Full Story
Not being near your loved ones during the holidays is a hard pill to swallow for anyone. Being a military family and living far away from your relatives while also coping with having a deployed spouse can make it easy to fall into a holiday slump.Read Full Story
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