on 03:03PM at Dec 21st, 2011
My soon to be husband, is stationed in Afghanistan. We have been talking everyday. In the middle of us talking they were attacked and I haven't heard from him since. I am having an emotional breakdown. I am so worried about him. Need help and support.
on 08:28PM at Dec 21st, 2011
I am sure everything is fine. My fiance has been lucky in Afghanistan, but my cousin's base was attacked all of the time. Typically, bases have an alarm and if all of the soldiers can get to the safe spots they will be ok. Also, if anything did happen to a soldier, they would cut off access to the internet for a certain time period so that the military has a chance to notify families before they see anything bad on any social network websites. If you haven't heard anything, it means he's ok. And it would explain why you haven't heard from him. So don't worry. He doesn't need you worrying. Everything will be ok!
on 09:23PM at Dec 21st, 2011
I wish I could be more help. My Fiance has yet to be deployed but then again we are stationed in Sierra Vista. I don't know if you are religious but pray. God truly helps. Stay strong for him.
on 12:59AM at Mar 10th, 2012
This may be of no help at all HOWEVER, They seem to go into what I call "army mode". By this I mean they go into a mind state of just focusing on what ever is going on. With that said Im not saying your not on his mind. Im sure you are but right now hes fighting for his life. If something bad had happened you would have been informed.
Hope this helped
on 07:19PM at Mar 15th, 2012
I totally agree with amyisabell. My fiance is also currently deployed and i too refer to it as "army mode". Just yesterday he called me, after not hearing from him for a couple days. Its been few and far between since last weekends events in afghanistan. I could clearly detect "army mode" in his voice. Their very serious, and very down to business. Very focused on whats going on. When their in "army mode" they appear very disconnected. Its taken me awhile to learn to adjust to this and not take it personally.
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