Quoting Mommy Pwnt Pwnt[A&T]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting KayMay ♥:</b>" I think you should do what you feel is ... [snip!] ... to move a lot you can't really understand how much it sucks to be somewhere new every 2-3yrs and it be so vastly different."
That's one thing that I'm anxious about... being plopped in the middle of the pacific not knowing a single sole. DH is army though, he's currently at school right now in the process of switching his MOS so I have no idea what to expect... I have 6+years experience with what to expect with his old job but no clue what we're getting ourselves into, sp I completely understand it's such a huge adjustment... for everyone and feeling you have a responsibility to make everyone happy. How long have you guys been on the island so far? Honestly in the end it's really no one else's business and the less they know usually the better. I always thought being open to get people's support was better, until I realized I was left disappointed more often than not. It's your life and family if they don't like it they can deal with that on their end. But the last thing you need is everyone else's negativity when you're trying to be positive and make transitions. You'll more than likely never be able to make everyone happy. And I see nothing wrong with the counseling, I think it's healthy and a learning experience and kind of fun. Me and DH went a few years back and it helped us a lot even to just take the time and focus on us, each other, and our relationship. I wish you a whole lot of luck and hope that everything starts falling into place really soon!