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Do you know what I love the most? Hearing military spouse stories! I feel like we can all learn from one another. We have been through so many similar situations, and we can relate to what we have all gone through.
We can learn so much from military spouses that have come before us. They all have wisdom to offer us and we can learn so much from their own experiences.
Where You Go, I Will Go: Lessons From a Military Spouse by Victoria Terrinoni is the story of a 31-year military spouse. Victoria talks about everything she experienced over the years, from all their moves to deployments, to her feelings about retirement and living in their post-military house.
Victoria sent me her book for review and I just loved everything she brought to the book. We get to hear her story and she also gives us little lessons based on what the chapter was about.
If you are new to military life and wonder what the years might bring, Victoria can give you a picture. Through her story, you can learn about what you might experience and how you can truly thrive during this life.
And if you are a more seasoned spouse, I am sure you will be able to relate to many of her stories and lessons learned over the years.
Your significant other just announced they joined the military. After getting over the shock, you have questions, lots of questions.
What is it like living in the military?
What happens when my spouse deploys?
How do I handle moving all the time?
This honest and insightful book will give you an inside look at a military spouse’s life and help you navigate the system. Readers will learn the joys and pitfalls of being married to the military.
The writer dispels some myths about the military lifestyle and highlights the lessons learned along the way. This book will help you figure out what you can do to combat the loneliness you feel every time you move to a new place. How lost you feel trying to deal with a totally different system than anything else you’ve dealt with before. It also helps you learn to use military-speak, a language of its own.
Where You Go, I Will Go takes you on the author’s 31-year journey as a military spouse to show you are not alone in this. She also points out her biggest mistakes, so you don’t make them as well.
Where You Go, I Will Go gives you the basics you need to:
- · See how a move is supposed to go and how they actually turn out.
- · What to do to ease your child’s confusion with these life changes.
- · Where to go for support, especially during a deployment.
- · What do all those acronyms mean?
By reading this book, you will find lessons to help you throughout your military career while getting an insider’s view of the fun times and the hard times of military life.
What’s stopping you from learning the ropes from someone who has been there?
You can purchase your own copy on Kindle or in paperback on Amazon.