Stay at home mom and husband about to go off to the army

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I am 22 years old and my husband and I have a 13 month old and we are trying for another. He will be leaving for the army in Janurary and I don't know what I am going to do when he is gone. He doesn't want me to work and I am fine with that but I need something to do while he is gone. He's is my bestfriend and I really feel like I'm going to be lost without him.

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Niki - posted on 12/18/2011

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Tuzday- I think the easiest way to get you more information would be to have you take a look at this presentation. Go to www.melaleuca.com/DeliveringWellness and enter passcode: 686bdb After you take a look at that we can talk and I can answer any questions you might have! Look forward to talking with you!

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Thank you Dorsi that made me feel alot better. My mother was in the Army 26 years but I had my dad so now its just gonna be me for my daughter but I will really take your advice thank you again.

Niki sure I would be interested my email is tuzdayr@gmail.com

Niki - posted on 12/15/2011

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I have a great stay at home job. It is super easy, fun, and has high earning potential. I can't post details here, but you can earn $500/month, $1000/month, $5000/month on up. I can email you details if you want. nikikostrova@wedeliverwellness.com. Just let me know!! At least it would give you something to do!!

Dorsi - posted on 12/13/2011

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I am prior service and now a spouse. My husband has been in for 14 years and 9 of them were with me. I have been deployed and had to stay back with a 2 year old no family and little support. In a nut shell I know the feeling. My advice is get out there! Join Mom groups with toddlers..look in your local community, church, exc. Take time for yourself and join a gym that offers child care or if you have a relative close by. Pick up a hobby..try something you have always thought of but, kept putting on the back burner. He will be impressed with your resilience and that he does not have to worry. Independence and as well as togetherness is vital in a healthy relationship. You'll do fine as long as you focus on the main thing. As in Army terms "You're holding down the fort until he comes back". Good Luck!

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