Life as a Military Spouse: Overview

Military Spouse: One Woman's Journey

AOL Jobs recently interviewed Royale Scuderi, a military spouse, mother of four, owner of Productive Life Concepts, and founder of the Guard Wife blog, to learn more about her journey as a military wife. "The most important thing to understand about being a military spouse is that you are not alone," Scuderi says.

Life as a Military Wife

Being a nurse with an active-duty husband who also works demanding shifts in a stressful atmosphere as well as living in a strange town with a 3-year-old child in tow is doubly difficult. Both have taught me that keys to life as a working military spouse are flexibility and sacrifice.

What Not to Say to a Military Wife

"Aren't you afraid that he'll be killed?" This one comes in at No. 1 on the "duh" list for every military wife. Of course we're afraid. We're terrified.

Caring for a Loved One with Chronic Pain: The Four Caregiver Cornerstones

In 2006, my husband, Bob, was injured by an improvised explosive device while on assignment in Iraq. After he awoke from a five-week-long coma -- also known as the longest five weeks of my life...

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