It's safe to say that joining the military probably means you have a fairly high-stress job. Obviously, some positions carry more stress than others; someone who sees active combat, for instance, may feel more stress than someone who does not. But, on the whole, everyone who joins the military sees a bit more stress than people who work in other professions.
Divorce is not a popular event during the summertime. It tends to happen more during the beginning of the year or before school starts for the children, reports The Atlantic. The reasons for the summer-end divorce high revolve around vacation. They include not wanting to affect an already planned vacation, feeling more stress and contention after a vacation and trying to give the marriage one last shot through a family vacation.
Couples may end up arguing about a lot of things during a divorce, from child custody arrangements to whose fault the divorce is. One of the key points of any case, though, may be some of their high-value assets. When they don't agree, it can make splitting up property more complicated.
A law enforcement officer pulls you over on suspicion of drunk driving and administers the standardized field sobriety tests. You have only had one drink, so you are not worried. She asks you to follow a pen with only your eyes as she moves it back and forth in front of your face. When she watches your eyes, her demeanor changes. Shortly afterward, you find yourself under arrest.
You know your rights. You have had friends who got picked up on drug charges, after all, and you started doing your research. When the police approach you, you are not intimidated. You know what they can and cannot do.
A man in Ohio is facing serious charges after getting involved in a deadly crash while he was allegedly intoxicated.