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Our Military Special Needs Network Military Spouse of the Day is Chaunte Nicole Bush, a Marine Corps spouse, currently stationed in Virginia. Her best experience with the military has been travelling due to the military, moving to different places, and meeting the different people. Chaunte’s biggest obstacle with the special needs world was accepting her chronic illness and coming to terms with it. This is so challenging, as dealing with and accepting a diagnosis of a chronic illness can be difficult.
Chaunte de-stresses by shopping (our favorite), cooking, or taking a nice mini-vacation. Chaunte’s best advice for new families in the special needs world in the military is “Don’t be scared to ask any questions. And take advantage of any opportunities they offer.” That’s one thing our families do struggle with is accepting help when it is offered. Great advice, Chaunte.
The Military Special Needs Network honors and salutes Chaunte Nicole Bush, our Military Spouse of the Day. We thank you for being such a wonderful military spouse and an amazing advocate.
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