My husband just left on a seven month cruise. I know that is no where near as bad as most of the spouses in this group but we got married like two days before he left, although we had been together about three and a half years prior to us tying the knot. I just moved to where he is stationed in Virginia but I don't know anyone. I try so hard to be strong, and pretty much accomplish that goal during the day but at night I completely fall apart. I've cried more days than not since he left on the 15th of March. I try everything to take my mind off of the situation at hand but I'm overcome and just break down. I was wondering if anyone had some suggestions of lived in the area and knew of some things to bring some joy in my life. I love that I can talk to people that are going through the same thing. If anyone has any suggestions or words of wisdom I would really appreciate it.
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