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I general, are the behaviors of military families any different from that of non-military families?


If so, how?

 

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    Kathleen Cochran 7 months ago

    Thank you for your comment about the poverty line. We love to say we support our military until it comes to paying our taxes so they get a decent paycheck. Full disclosure: An Army wife of 40 years. Sincerely, thanks for the kind words.


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    Patty Inglish (Patty Inglish, MS) 7 months ago

    The positive qualities are so good to hear. I hope military families are receiving respect and appreciation from their communities.

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    Kathleen Cochran 7 months ago

    " The "spoiled brat" mentality that is stereotypical of military children" I've never been aware of this as stereotypical. Actually, in my experience the "military brat" is characterized just the opposite. Thanks for your family,s service.

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    Kathleen Cochran 7 months ago

    Ray: I'd agree that military families are mich like other families. The only caveat I'd add is that they are that way under different circumstances than most.


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