Need some advice about son-in-law going to iraq..he leaves next month and hes getting angry with everyone and everything has to go his way..all he says is, he will be gone soon and we wont have to deal with him soon..is this normal for them to act this way before they go..i thought it would be the other way around..they would love all the time they can get with ppl before he goes,plus they are moving into a new house..my daughter calls me all upset and i dont know what to tell her and she wants him to calm down..just need some advice about this mans behavior..is this the way they act before they ship out??
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