I got pregnant while in the military in '91. Soon after (to make things worse), my MOS went on a freeze. Since then, I have struggled as a single mother, dischared honorably. People still don't understand how horrible my life has been, even to the point that I still wish that I had given the daughter up (she's beautiful) in order to get back into the military. But I made a stupid mistake of listening to my mother to keep the little girl. Since then, I have been laid off three times, had to work more than one job at a time. And also was very disrespected by other military folk (didn't share their statis quo), by my family (mostly mother and father), and jobs where I tried to get veteran's preference (but was compared to those served 10yrs or longer).
Today I just snapped. I am tired of sleeping in my car, not finding a sustainable job, tired of military saying they have it harder. Therapy for me
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