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Being married to a truck driver is not the easiest thing in the world. Here are some ways to overcome problems associated with the long absences and resulting loneliness:

* Talk as much as you can thoughout the day; even a sweet text during your busy day can keep communication lines open.

* Keep your spouse engaged about what is going on at home, but don't worry them with problems you can take care of yourself.

* Be willing to hear about their day. They have a very stressful job, and at times their frustrations will get the best of them.

* Send your spouse pictures of the home or pets, especially children if you have any. A picture is worth a thousand words.

* Speaking of pictures, send some of yourself; keep the spark alive if you know what I mean. They will love it.

* Never start an argument over the phone especially when your spouse is driving; this can be very distracting and dangerous.

* Keep yourself occupied to relieve some of the loneliness; a full time job, hobby, and exercising can work wonders to get your mind off things.

*Trust is a big factor; don't give in to unfounded worries. Talk to your spouse if you have these concerns; they can be deadly to a marriage if not handled upfront.

*Use skype to video call and see each other face to face. It's free to download and use and it's a great way to stay connected.

*Just remember your truckdriving spouse is just as lonely as you are, and he worries about what is going on at home as much, if not more, then you worry about him. Love and respect him and the sacrifices he makes everyday to support the family. Remind them everyday how much you love and respect them for what they do. For a man this is especially important; men crave respect.

I have been married for 14 years, and my husband has been a truck driver for 6 of those years. These tips have helped to save our marriage and, more importantly, helped us to bond more then when he was at home all the time.

By: Christine Forsythe

Owner of http://www.workathome-tipsandmore.com

P.S. A special thanks to Carolyn Almenningen for her excellent proofreading skills.

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Comment by Terri Pattio on February 25, 2013 at 6:37am

Carolyn is great and has wonderful skills. It is indeed a plus knowing here. We have been friends for a while now and I'm glad for that. She's good at what she does and I'm glad that you liked it Christine. Brilliant post that will be shared. You shared some great tips for married couples who are married to truck drivers. I know they will help a lot of people. Have a blessed day.

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