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These medical specialists are doing more than just performing basic medical care, and they're often doing so under fire.The Geneva Convention protects combat medics as long as they don't engage the enemy in combat, but that doesn't mean medics aren't in danger. While I am in awe of the military spouse, I know myself well enough to know that I would have a significantly difficult time going about my day-to-day, when my partner and best friend is at war and in danger or deployed or involved in a risky training exercise.
Everything needs to be in its proper place and at a proper time, including us.
I’ve learned that we are so quick to say we care about our military members and military veterans, but that’s a heavy dose of lip service followed by very little action.
And most importantly, I’ve learned that while I had no intention of ever dating a military man, I am so glad that I am, and I am so thankful that my son will grow up knowing that his father was a soldier for the country we call home, long after he took his uniform off.
I’ve learned that while I am his best friend and the mother of his child and his forever partner, there is a closeness only he and his brothers in arms will share.
I cannot compete or even come close to their kind of love, respect, and commitment, mostly because I have not earned it.