Question: How do I prepare for becoming a male military spouse?

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Question: How do I prepare for becoming a male military spouse?

A future male military spouse asks How to prepare.

 

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Get Your Mind Right

one of the things you will have to do is get your mind right for the journey. You will have to understand what is expected of your active duty spouse. this will change as your spouse's rank and job changes, but the basic military expectations are the same.

Your spouse will not have the freedom to say now to relocations, job positions, work hoours and many other things that civilians can. One way to get your mind right for this journey is adopt an attitude that is positive and flexible to go with your spouse as the military requires.

Check Out What Other Male Military Spouses Say

Here at Macho Spouse, we have a lot of information from civilian male military spouses who are "seasoned" - some with more than 15 years as a civilian male military spouse. Browse around the site and watch the videos. Check out the Facebook pages.

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