Both of my sons did. We asked them to be sure that was what they really wanted. We talked to them about the commitments and what it is like to be in a combat zone. They both decided the wanted to join. We supported them every inch of the way in any way we could.
"I still love you and I'm not mad. I'm just disappointed."
I'd kick them the hell out
cause anyone who'd want to be a professional soldier, I don't want anything to do with
Sure ok go for it and my mom supports my decision to go to the military she is even encouraging that i go.
Handicapped from the military's really she knows very little than you should make her research what the military is actually all about.
That is not true not everyone suffers from that
Let's talk about this. Is this what you truly want? Have you considered all of the options? Which branch are you selecting? Why did you choose that branch? What are you hoping to achieve out of this experience? Are you hoping to make a life out of this? Are you enlisted or officer? Are you committed 110%? Will you make me proud?
I would support him. My son did go to college through the Navy ROTC program. He graduated with a degree and as a US Navy Officer. It was great for him and he's never regretted it.
If that was their choice I'd respect it
Good for you.