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Warrior to Romance?
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When a serviceman returns from the zone of infliction, he/she hopes to transitions to an environment of love and affection. The transition is particularly challenging, after the initial rush. Servicemen go through feelings of denial and excitement to embrace lovers who held strong in their absence or they face pitfalls of failed relationships. Either scenario capitalizes on emotions most avoided during their deployment. How do they transition? Most servicemen find a path through memories, control feelings of failure, and embrace those partners who supported them. Those members who returned to failed relationships, takes on a different challenge.

Servicemen returning to failed relationships have additional emotional challenges ahead. Tendencies have shown the path to healing as one of turmoil. Surviving in the zone of infliction, carries within itself a feeling of gratification and sorrow (especially if he/she were close to a fallen serviceman), as well as make the emotional scar a bridge never to cross. A return to added infliction doesn't help the transition to normalcy. Men and women who experience failed relationships tend to close doors to healing. Some end up blasting their way through pain, where death is easily a thought as a solution, and acts of violence becomes the norm.

How does a hurt serviceman find a way to romance? Tricky question for sure. It takes opening a door via relative effort. Do you have any ideas? Share your thought on assisting a broken heart accept future love.


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More Blogs by Lonz Cook
• Tears of Joy - Tuesday, July 12, 2011
•  Warrior to Romance? - Thursday, March 03, 2011  
• A Kiss - Tuesday, November 16, 2010


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