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Submitted: 2010-12-10 23:57:40.000 (post #: 2381)
I am open to any suggestions here. This is my issue:
I recently had to PCS due to my career field. My significant other decided not to follow (we decided rather) because she has a promising future with her job, and I did not want to remain on active duty anyway. Now, we are separated, and we struggle to make ends meeting attempting to maintain 2 households. I have considered outing myself, just to be relieved of the stress the PCS has created, but with our undermanned career field, I feel it will not matter enough to my superiors to take action, especially with the current "don't ask, don't tell" in question. I would appreciate any advice anyone cares to offer. This whole ordeal has spiraled into a mild depression, and I fear it will continue to get worse.
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