Tag Archives: conversation


Introductions only seem appropriate in the beginning.  My name is Renee and I’m 43 years old.  I’ve been married for 25 years and have an adopted son who is 21.  When I got married, my husband was serving in the … Continue reading

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#CrushTheStigma Wrap-up

For the second year Military Spouses of Strength has promoted our #CrushtheStigma campaign. Like last year we asked that you send in pictures of yourself, and those that you know; holding up our #CrushtheStigma campaign pledge signs – and your … Continue reading

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The Honeymoon is Over

Well, sleeping through the night seems to be a thing of the past now.  I’m back to sleeping one or two hours at a time, then waking up for an hour before the cycle starts all over again. Last night … Continue reading

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Military Spouses are Heroes

Military Spouses ~ the heroes they are, the difficulties they face, and the importance of supporting them! Wearing many hats; non-stop juggling between constant moving boxes, relocations, raising children possibly alone for those that have them, making decisions for the … Continue reading

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Difficult Conversations

Crying my Mom asked me why I didn’t tell her that I suicidal in 2007.  The truth was I was ashamed. Ashamed that I wasn’t the person that I portrayed myself to be to others, ashamed that I wasn’t who … Continue reading

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