6 Tips for Solo Parenting With Anxiety

Solo Parenting With Anxiety

6 Tips for Solo Parenting With Anxiety I hate solo parenting. I hate being the only parent in the house. I love having my husband there. Yes, I love having someone else that can help with the kids, but I also like having that other person to bounce ideas off of or to work through problems with. When he is gone, solo parenting gets to me. My anxiety goes up, and that makes solo parenting even harder than it could be. Over the years, I have found ways to make this part of military life easier for myself. I have …

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6 Resources For Military Spouses Struggling With Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety and Depression

6 Resources For Military Spouses Struggling With Anxiety and Depression I suffer from anxiety. Having a spouse in the military can add to the struggle. Over the years I have learned what works and how to deal with my anxiety. Sometimes that means changing little things in my life, other times that has meant going to see a counselor. I know I am not alone in my anxiety. Other military spouses struggle with it too. Some spouses struggle with depression as well. No matter who you are or what you do, struggling with anxiety and depression┬ácan be a lifelong battle. …

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What I Learned About My Anxiety When My Husband Was Away

What I Learned About My Anxiety When My Husband Was Away

What I Learned About My Anxiety When My Husband Was Away This summer my husband was at AT for three weeks. For those that don’t know what AT is, AT stands for annual training with the National Guard and is the training they do every year. Sometimes it is two weeks; sometimes it is longer. These three weeks were rough for me. My husband hasn’t been away anywhere in a while. Even though he has been gone for a lot longer, this time apart was challenging and my anxiety was at an all-time high. Now that he is back home, …

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Struggling With Anxiety When Your Spouse Is In The Military

Struggling With Anxiety When Your Spouse Is In The Military One of the hardest parts of being a Military spouse is when your husband or wife is away from you. They can be gone for a few weeks, a few months or even up to a year. In some cases even longer. When you are dealing with that plus dealing with anxiety, life can feel like too much at times. I never realized how bad my anxiety could get until right before our 4th deployment. I have always been a bit of a worrier. I worry about silly little things …

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