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After my eleven year marriage ended in divorce I suddenly found myself a single parent My nine year old daughter was dependant upon me for everything I knew right away that my ex-wife would not be of any help This realization was a life altering moment Throughout my marriage I was misguidedly focus completely on my military career Meeting the challenges of providing for my daughter and performing my duties is still to this day the hardest thing I have ever encountered I knew that I would have to re-marry if I wanted to complete my commitment to the Army I also realized that it would be a disservice to my daughter to think that I could provide by myself all the emotional support and nurturing necessary for her to mature into a woman Marriage and the Army do not always mix well Nine of out ten men in the Army that I personally know are on their second marriage some even on a third and forth Some researcher have found the military divorce rate to be as high as 56 I believe the root cause to be separation from friends and family induced by the frequent relocations mandated by the military Not only are military wives torn away from their family support systems but are constantly separated from their soldier husband during deployments which are sometimes training sometimes not Not only am I the product of divorced parents but my mother has been through three more since her initial divorce from my father There in laid my dilemma I knew that I must for my daughters sake remarry but I was bound and determined not to repeat the mistakes of my mother and fellow soldiers I vowed that I would not remarry until I was certain well as much as possible that it would be successful After working my way through what I call a reorientation period I began to
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