By FuturePolice - 23/01/2012 09:56 - United States
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That sux. You're better off without her if that's how she did it. It'd be different if she was against it the whole time, but to be supportive until you got in means that she didn't think you were going to make it in the first place. She didn't have any confidence in your abilities. Find someone who does, and be happy and safe. *reply fail*
68 is right. Women will be all over you. And had said girlfriend stuck around, unless you are a beast of self control and/or understanding, you eventually would have cheated or the relationship would have eventually crumbled once you grew apart. Face it. From experience I can tell you, your social circle is about to shrink...for a number of reasons. Number one being your inability to relate to everyone anymore. They won't understand all the truly horrible things your job will force you to see/face/ deal with. It is hard to have relationships with people in law enforcement. This is not an FML. This is a YSL (You're so lucky). Imagine if she had stuck around and then ten years and three kids later, she decides enough is enough. Count your blessings and go find a girl that you can relate to better and that isn't afraid of your profession. Trust me, I know.
Well I'd be kind of pissed. She's supportive but leaves you oncw you're accepted?? looks like she was looking for a loophole. hey you're a cop now. hunt her down and give her a ticket for anything! right meow!