had some fantastic points - read her answer for a great first-hand account. Will you need any less inclination to watch the local news and more reason to worry?

It seems everytime he gets off work, its off to bed..back to work the next day... and still maintaining the Titile of ILETS/NCIC TAC for our warrants and BCI computers. She stays in contact with many other of my Officer's wives and we have a great group of Officers and Families.

My biggest fear is something happening to him while at work.... She understands better what I do and go through each day with her being in the same job for 3 years.

Thats why I dont go a day, even when we fight, without telling him I love him. I dont want to grow distant from him and lose him.... Her Brother works with me as well and is one of my Officers on my shift.

My biggest fear is something happening to him while at work....

Thats why I dont go a day, even when we fight, without telling him I love him. I dont want to grow distant from him and lose him.... Okay, So I just thought I would bring this up, see if anyone can relate to it.

I know of alot of other people who have gotten divorced, because they grew distant from their spouse because they rarely saw eachother. I've been in sevearl types of Law Enforcement for over 15 yrs and I finally broke a rule of dating a co-worker and its goign on 3+ yrs of being together.

It's really hard on me, because I love him, I constantly worry about him. I keep reminding myself to hold on loosely but don't let go. She is wonderful but she is out now being a Full Time MOM. My week is usually 5 days but its been 6 & 7 for the past 6 months with getting promoted to Corporal and still covering my duties as a FTO - Firearms Instructor - Arrest Control Tactics Instructor - Covering for my SGT.

He works 6 days a week, which makes our relationship sometimes tougher not being able to see eachother too often.

I know of alot of other people who have gotten divorced, because they grew distant from their spouse because they rarely saw eachother.