my strange but beautiful life

India
February 25, 2013 5:10am CST
I was just think about , Life of a paramilitary force personal and their family is little strange and interesting too. My dad is in Central Force and he gets transfer to another place after every three or four years and because of this we have to shift to another place too along with him. Know what now I am twenty and at this age I stayed at five different place and studied at six different schools. After every three years we shift into a new place, a new environment and new people. Its strange for life but interesting thing is I have learnt many languages, enjoyed different tradition of different place. if you have suffered like this please share
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10 responses
@ayano678 (441)
25 Feb 13
waw, if your father was a soldier or a police officer? I have never heard anything like it before, in which state you live now? I want to know your story, I'm happy to read it.
• India
26 Feb 13
I write often about my life in my blog You might visit it. You seems to be new here am i right? happy mylotting
• India
28 Feb 13
visit my profile and there you will find "MY LIFE AND MY W0RDS"
@ayano678 (441)
27 Feb 13
yes, I'm new here, but where your blog, I did not find the url address in your discussion topic.
@else22 (4317)
• India
25 Feb 13
You really have a beautiful life.Your father has been serving the country and you must be proud for it.In addition,you get the chance to visit several places,remain there and get adjusted to new environment.You are fortunate to get chances to face various inconveniences,and this is something that makes you mature and strong.It's really a great and invaluable 'training'.Go on learning.I wish you a great success in life.And thanks for a nice topic.
• India
26 Feb 13
yes indeed I am proud of my dad and dear :) And I have been lucky to lived in many place with different type of surroundings and that is why I have mugged up several languages while being there. Thanks
@else22 (4317)
• India
26 Feb 13
Your dad really deserves a salute from me and all our countrymen.He has lived such a hectic life and his job has provided you with a chance to learn more and more and get matured.I wish you a resounding success in life.Go on learning.
@buddha3 (1026)
• India
25 Feb 13
Yes I too had the same experience, but not as much as you because my parents made sure we don't move when I and my sister were in high school. My father works for a bank and he too was being transferred every 3 or 5 years. I studied in 4 schools until my 10th class and stayed in 3 states of India. It is not really a suffering. When you are young you tend to adjust to different places pretty soon and you also grasp the languages fast and start interacting with everyone around you. So it will be a great experience to treasure :)
• India
26 Feb 13
yeah :) I remember my hunted feelings when I use to go for my first class at a new school. Now I am habitual of all these things and don't need to go anywhere until my education is complete. I am staying at college hostel but I miss my parents every moments here
@buddha3 (1026)
• India
26 Feb 13
Yes, that's another strange and good experience of being away from parents for the first time. I experienced the same feelings when I joined my bachelor's and stayed in a different district in a hostel. I took a long time to adjust to the new environment without my parents around. I even failed in a subject in my first semester. It was so challenging, but then it taught me to handle things alone and be independent!
@suzzy3 (8342)
25 Feb 13
I live a few miles away from where I was bought up.Appart from holidays and trips ect I have been lucky enough to stay in the same area all my life.I went to the same school as my friends then on to secondary school with the same people.Some of the people still live nearby.My kids have also grown up with my friends children and are having children themselves and in turn their kids are playing together.We are a tight knit community three or four generations all knowing each other.We did have some kids from the air base nearby who moved around like you did.I could not imagine what it is like to have to leave your friends,school etc and move on every couple of years.On the up side you must have travelled quite well and experienced different cultures.
• India
26 Feb 13
No one of us think to leave our friends and close ones after couple of years, but we had to. Its great to hear that you have been to same place. I made a lots of friends around the country and forgot many too. How lucky you are to study at the same school. Cheers
@averygirl72 (37770)
• Philippines
25 Feb 13
It's not that strange, that kind of life is not boring too. See, one is not stuck in the same environment for a long time. You get to explore different places and different faces.
• India
26 Feb 13
yeah sometime its boring to stay at the same place for years after years, but moving around also hurt sometime, as we goes apart from the people with whom we got attached . thanks for such nice response
• Indonesia
25 Feb 13
its good for you have a good life
• India
26 Feb 13
Thank you, :)
@alberello (4752)
• Italy
25 Feb 13
Well, my life, or rather, my quality of life is diametrically opposed to yours. This is because my parents have never moved from Italy (my country). I have therefore always been here. However, I have traveled for pleasure, thanks to a dear friend who brought me to many places outside of my country. I do not know if I'd be able to keep a standard of living similar to yours, or travel around the world. Of course, this has its advantages as you described, but in my case, I do not know if I could.
• India
26 Feb 13
If you were in my place then i hope you could have maintained your life, adjusted in every surroundings like me too. Its good the you have interest in travelling. The most important advantages of being in such situation is the you would be capable to handle any type of situation and surroundings faces by your life. Great to see such response.
@viju0410 (2286)
• India
25 Feb 13
Hi, I didn't have such type of life but my husband has. My (late) father in law was in Govt. service and he almost gets transfer after a gap of 3-4 years. Mostly they travelled all around Madhya Pradesh and some other parts of Central India. My husband & his sisters had a tough time always adjusting to new circumstances and people especially the schools.
• India
26 Feb 13
yeah it affect a lot to the studies, as the school change the pattern of teaching and study also changes, and then it need a couple of time to clubbed together. thanks for you nice response.
@enelym001 (8322)
• Philippines
25 Feb 13
I have not been in that ssame situation. I would think that it is a little difficult coping up with different environment and school. I would assume you have made a lot of friends and leave them too whenever it's time to go to another place. I could not imagine me being in your situation. But I think it is an adventure being in so many places, meeting new people, learning new cultures and languages too.
• India
26 Feb 13
Being in this type of situation is mostly interesting and enjoyable because we can get refreshed at an another place. But it gets difficult when we have to move apart from our close one that really hurts. You know for almost two to three months at a new place I used to feel myself a weird stranger until someone talked to me and made some buddies.
• Indonesia
25 Feb 13
Nice...