WHY? Why must there be so much drama amongst females in general, but a higher amount amongst military spouses?
I'm having a hard time with it lately. I've made a few friends online (yes, people I don't know in real life) that always seem to focus on negative issues and feed on the drama. I don't get it. I don't know why my husbands rank matters to YOU? I don't know why it matters which housing area I live in?
Don't get me wrong, I ask questions similar to those above but never in such fashion. I like to know what your husband does on the ship because I'm curious! You DON'T have to tell me what his rank is with his job description because it doesn't matter to me. We can be friends right? Right? right?
I seem to be running into this issue a lot lately. It's plastered on facebook, blogs, and in real life. I try to just read a status and look away but it's that easy I suppose. I rarely respond to any drama because, well I don't need any more drama in my life, but I don't like to see my friends get hurt by people they thought were "friends". When I went to my first FRG event in San Diego, almost immediately after wives found out Sailor Man had left for the ship not even a couple days before, people stopped talking to me. They just stopped! My daughter and I sat alone pretty much the whole time we were there. AND I've been unfriended by people on facebook because I'm not an Officer's wife, one friend deleted me once her husband made officer. I don't need that in my life anyway, but what does a job promotion have to do with our friendship?
Can't we all just get along? Play nice?