Military Spouses
Musings of a Navy SEAL Wife by Liz Brown


Liz, a former writer and reporter, blogs with the hope of reaching and relating to other current and former military spouses. She is married to a man she’s known since she was seven years old. That man, among other things, was a Navy SEAL for 12 years before separating in August of 2014. The pair moved from Virginia to New England this past summer and currently live on the side of a mountain with their unreasonably handsome German Shepherd. 


If You’re A Dog Lover…
Thoughts After the Tragedy in Chattanooga
Surviving a Spouse’s Transition
Why I Don’t Write in List Form
Navigating Rough Waters – Part Two
Navigating Rough Waters – Part One
Closing One Door, Opening Another
The Big Day’s A Comin’…
Salute That Military Honoree; You’ve Paid For It
Misplaced Blame?
It’s OK to Cry
The Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins With a Single Step
Is It Political to Support Military Charities?
One Woman’s Opinion on Tattoos
Coming to Terms With Mental Health Issues
A Tribute to Jason
Separation Anxiety in the SEAL Teams
Dealing with Military Mortality Part 1
Dealing with Military Mortality Part 2