I got an email from somebody regarding a wife’s privilege when they married a US military man. And what would the wife get if the husband cheated on her and what would be taken away from the husband over cheating on the wife, like a rank and privileges? I am asking you kind- hearted military men some advice for Laura’s sister. She needs help on what to do since she’s living here in the Philippines and the guy lives in the States. Just read the email below and you know what I mean. Thank you guys for the help as always: GOD BLESS!!!
How are you? I came across your blog. I’ve been reading when I have a chance. I am corresponding with a US military guy. Since knowing what happened to my sister I am now contemplating of continuing my relationship with my boyfriend. But I am writing to you regarding the dilemma of my sister. My sister married her husband less than 5 years ago now. They had a child. They decided that my sister and the kid will just stay here in the Philippines and let the kid study here until he finishes up his military service. So my sister’s husband stays in the States. They’ve been doing good until just recently. My sister emailed her hubby and he won’t answer her email and he changed his cell phone number in the States. My sister was suspecting that he had an affair with a girl from a different state. He keeps on traveling there before when they still had contact. He reasons out its for the job. But now my sister thinks its really for the other woman.
He is still financially supporting his child with my sister. It really devastates my sister. I could see she’s depressed and keeps crying. My parents told my sister to try to contact the head of the military and maybe they will do something about it. I don’t really ask my sister but I think her husband has a higher rank in the military. My sister now just wants the continued support for the kid’s education until the kid graduates. The kid starts to go to school soon. Private schooling in the Philippines is really expensive. Well, I don’t have to tell you that your kids go to private school so you know the cost.
My sister really is not sure if the husband will support the kid. She thinks the husband has child with the mistress. So I guess she really wants to know if she could get the husband kicked out from the military. Does having an affair make a good grounds to be kicked out from the military? Really too many questions my sister needs some answers right now. We as family just don’t know what to tell her. But we are here to support her. My parents really had a hard time too seeing my sister go through hard times right now. Thank you for reading my email… Laura
Thank you so much for writing. To be honest I don’t really know what to tell you. My darling Bob is not a military man. So I don’t really know the rules of the military personnel. But I am sharing your email to our regular readers and the regular people that comment here. Some of them were retired military guys and some were still in the military. I’m sure they will give their thoughts on these matter. I hope that your sister’s husband will be talking to your sister soon for the sake of the kid. If they had problem they should resolve before the kid gets older. I hope your sister will not really go into deep depression. She had to think positively. I know it’s not easy to do. I hope for the best for your sister Laura. We all pray for her and the child.
Take care and God bless! Feyma