Keeping the lines of communication open during marriage can be challenging. Add in deployment, and it gets even trickier! This week, Jen's talking with Lizann Lightfoot, whose family has been through seven deployments.
Lizann, also known as the Seasoned Spouse, offers helpful tips for managing expectations, creative ideas for staying connected during time apart from your service member, and helpful resources to support you as a military spouse during deployment. As she reminds us, there is no reason for you to feel alone...we want to come alongside and support you during this tough season!
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