Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.eno, Although I have not seen statistics of divorce rates of public servants, it can take it's toll if the spouse is not willing to listen and understand to the work-related stress associated with the profession.
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When I get in my 'mode', in my 'element', I tend to kinda have a hard time coming off of it.
We have a different language we speak, especially in EMS.
As I stepped into my shorts the other guy shut off the shower and stepped out to dry off. After moving to NYC to find himself, Mason found a career in the gay porn world, and while his one movie has made him thousands, his father isn't happy.
Mason's getting sent to a military camp, but he has to get hazed in....
Both of us agreed that having someone in the same "service" helps you to debrief from work etc but we didn't find much more of pro's and con's for either side. I will speak purely from personal experience and my own opinion so if you don't agree, well that's ok.
Kate I have found that the benefits outweigh the the challenges for me.
I used to get so stressed out and angry when Steve would choose to go on a call instead of choosing to be with his family. The kids don't understand why Dad has to be gone for two days and you are left with whatever plans you had as a family that day. I noticed him holding his children tighter and not getting so frustrated with them. If I ask how he slept, then he sometimes says, "I didn't get to sleep until a.m." That lets me know to have very low expectations of him in the morning. Most of the times he opts out, but at least he knows that I understand his need for sleep.
Sometimes he would go in for overtime thinking that it would be two hours and he would get stuck and miss whatever event that we had planned. Sometimes you have to cancel them, or you just have to buck up and do it all by yourself. This keeps me from being angry and resentful when he isn't helping out more or not doing his honey-do list. It isn't fair to the wonderful, hardworking, firefighers who are admirable and trustworthy.
I don't think firefighters mess around anymore than other individuals.
I think for one...television paints a poor picture of *the life of a firefighter* showing them as guys that have a mousy wife at home with an arm full of children while the husband cheats by attracting women with the uniform.
It used to frequently make me want to cry, but there is no use in fighting it. It is my husband's way of providing for his family. Also, this opens the conversation to let him know that I'm listening if he does need to talk about a bad call. Due to the large number of negative comments I have been receiving on this blog about firefighters, I feel I need to remind readers that this is supposed to be a place of ENCOURAGMENT, not a place to bash husbands or firefighters in general. Yes, firefighters cheat but so do many other people in many other professions. If you are having a hard time trusting your firefighter, please go see a professional counselor to see if you can work through those issues and give you wisdom of what to do in your unique situation.