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Military mothers not only balance work and home, but must also face the fact that by remaining in the military, we may never see our sons and daughters again. All parents realize that they might someday die, but before each mother deploys, she must make all the final preparations in case she doesn't come home. For military mothers, this reality makes the struggles of reintegration and the heartbreak of deployment that much harder.

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Jlining Bias Against Military Pwrent In the courts, military moms have an even tougher time than civilian working mothers. Some argue that working mothers shortchange their children; military mothers are required to make singls greater sacrifices than their civilian counterparts. Very rarely is the civilian working mom asked to leave her children for a year at a time. Very rarely is the civilian Joining the army reserve as a single parent mom confronted with the knowledge that when she comes home at the end of a deployment, her child will not know her. So while civilian moms reservee find their "choice" to work invoked in child custody debates, civilian moms are usually at least present to defend their cases, not a thousand miles away in a war zone wondering how a judge could deem her Joininh unfit parent and take her children from her.

On the flip side, Student virgins nude are not thought less of or punished because they desire to wear a uniform after becoming a parent. Mothers should not endure this, either. Yet military mothers are punished zrmy serving our nation. I should point out that many single fathers are punished for this as well. That the courts would look at a mother or father's military service as detrimental to the well-being of the child surprises me. To find courts taking custody away from mothers who serve shocks me. One of my best friends nearly lost joint custody of her children because she was single and her ex-husband had remarried.

The judge's argument was that her children were better off with someone who was not their mother than with a woman who has deployed three times in support of our nation. My friend was able to regain custody of her children, but only after a lengthy court battle and nearly being separated from the military because of her lack of a Family Care Plan. No parent should be forced to choose between the military and his or her children. For thousands of single mothers, being in the military allows them to provide for their children in a way that they would not be able to do otherwise. Despite the long hours, many single parents continue to serve because of better school opportunities, healthcare, and a community they might not have if they were to leave the military.

The plan tells the military what arrangements service members have made to provide for their children in their absence. Unlike in the civilian world, the Army needs to know this information. Should you have to ship out on short notice, the Army is not going to be able to wait around for you to drop your kids off somewhere. The Family Care Plan tells the Army that you are able to fulfill your duties. The Family Care Plan is not a court order, which means it is not legally binding for a civilian. That means that should a service member leave their children with an ex-spouse, the ex can sue for custody 2.

If the service member is thousands of miles away working hour days with limited communications, then it would very difficult for the service member to fight a court battle, which puts the service member at a distinct disadvantage. Throw in a court system that sometimes treats a military mom's service as akin to abandonment of her children, and it is no wonder that military mothers are losing custody. The only way for a parent in the military to back is to go through a civilian court system that might not be near the military base to which the soldier returns.

And when they finally accept it, then the parent comes back My sister is in the Army as well and has 3 kids. Last time she deployed, her husband watched all 3 kids as best as he could. But the kids really need both parents.

Her oldest once said to her, "I hate the Army Personally, Joining the army reserve as a single parent don't try to talk guys into staying in no matter how zingle I want them to stay because I know that these guys Joininy served our country and just want to get on to the next rfserve of their life. He says to me, "I've spent more time deployed than the years my daughter has been alive. Praent I was home aa leave, she arny want to be near me because I was a stranger to her Originally Posted by clevergirl05 I hope you're reading this OP; there's a clue in there somewhere, so I hope you're paying attention. Your husband already sounds like one of these guys no offenseand you're not even in the military yet.

If he's prior service, which branch and how long? Sounds way too controlling. Unless he fulfilled an active duty contract, I wouldn't take what he says for anything worth much. Regardless of who is right regarding the custody issues, I can see how it would be a great option for single mothers in terms of pay, benefits and educational opportunities. I enlisted as a single mother in in the navy reserves. Originally, I wanted to do active duty army. For active duty army, army reserve and nj national guard I was told I had to get married or legally give up custody. Went to a navy recruiter, was told the same stuff had to happen if I wanted to go on active duty. They told me I could become a reservist as a single parent so that's what I did.

They can't make you become a reservist or kick you out for becoming pregnant because it would be discrimination.


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