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What I learned from being a marine mom

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With a son or daughter at the US Marines is one thing that you certainly have to be proud of but let's admit that along with pride includes a great deal of worries. Marine mothers are anticipated to be tough and we are fortunate that at this era, we could locate our own support team to get us during the adjustment interval. He may know a support team or he can put you in touch with mothers of additional local Marines.

If you can't locate a local service team then why not just start a group in your town? You can make a site and this is going to keep you occupied and won't think about missing your son or daughter all of the time. You might also make an internet search so you can speak with your fellow Marine mothers. Life gets so much easier and better when you have some people to discuss your sentiments with.


Online forums are great as you get to discuss your fears and they'd understand for certain since they are going through precisely the exact same thing. Marine moms who join in online support groups love to share their advice on how it is possible to get by.

Compose lots of letters for your son or daughter so that they will feel less homesick. It is possible to insert a photograph or two of your loved ones but don't decorate the envelope with stickers or whatever appears very noticeable. Don't spritz it with cologne either.

You don't want to have the drill instructor to notice this. Do not ship care packages for your own son or daughter unless you are specifically asked to.

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