Hello I just joined this little community because I am searching for some support in dealing with my boyfriend's deployment. This is his second in our relationship, but the last was only six months to Afganistan. This is a year long and I am starting to get overwhelmed. I have spent my whole adult life around the military so I know everything I am soposed to be doing, but I just really wanted to know that there are other people out there going through the same thing right now as well. I have a question as well. I wanted to find some sort of services for military families in my community. I live in San Antonio so there are services I am sure for families, but my problem is technically I am not family. Does anyone know of any type of community based organizations that offer group counseling for this?
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