Retirement is a vital choice and a turning point in life for every soldier. In this choice and turning point, retired soldiers have to leave the military camp, leave the army family, leave the barracks that have been trained, trained or even tempered, leave the comrades-in-arms who live together day and night, close as brothers, and take off the familiar military uniforms. Many soldiers have a lot of nostalgia, a few nostalgia, or even an unspeakable complex. After retirement, the soldier will face the role transformation from "soldier" to "social man", from a soldier to an ordinary social worker, from a loyal national guardian to a state builder who adheres to his duties. In this process, retired soldiers should change their mentality, thinking and ability as well as their orientation. There are not only changes in professional skills, but also changes in working methods, professional characteristics and standardization. Retired soldiers who are unable to adapt quickly to these changes may suffer from physical, psychological and social maladjustment. Usually retired soldiers move from the army to the society, and they will face the following changes and changes.
Conversion of interpersonal relationship
Local and barracks face different interpersonal relationships in two different social environments. On the one hand, the most familiar relationship between superiors and subordinates and comrades-in-arms will become "past tense" and become "old comrades-in-arms of the year"; on the other hand, retired soldiers will be confronted with strange circumstances and faces, a series of strange social and interpersonal relationships, including the rules and norms for dealing with these strange and complex relationships; It takes time and effort to reconstruct, balance and reconcile these relationships, challenging and testing the abilities of retired soldiers.
Change of lifestyle
From the big family to the small family, the lifestyle needs to be flexible. Having been accustomed to the simple and transparent life of "straight line plus diamond" in the barracks, there is a richer and more colorful life behind the barracks. The retired soldiers will face a real and profound transformation from their ideas to their behavior. In the process of transformation and renewal, retired soldiers will encounter cultural, customary and even self-consciousness changes and subversion.
3. Readjustment of the code of conduct
Just as they have just joined the army and need to make certain adjustments to their own codes of conduct, soldiers need to make adjustments to their own codes of conduct again after retirement. The withdrawal of soldiers from active service marks the transformation of a social role. Different social roles are endowed with different social requirements and expectations, and different codes of conduct are also stipulated accordingly. For example, when a security guard should have a code of conduct for security, when a waiter should have a code of conduct for a waiter, as an ordinary worker also has its code of conduct to follow. The standard requirements of all walks of life are different. Only when retired soldiers adapt to different industries and environments, adjust and learn new codes of conduct, can they adapt to the new working environment, and then make a difference.
Fourth, relearning vocational skills.
Retired soldiers need to learn some new skills. "Three hundred and sixty elements, one line and one line." Interlacing is different from mountains, occupations are different and functions are different. The special mission of servicemen requires servicemen to have good military qualities, but accordingly, it also makes them less exposed to vocational skills education and related training. Before soldiers retire from active service and enter an unfamiliar or even completely unfamiliar career field, the re-learning of vocational skills becomes an indispensable part of adapting to new transformations and changes. For example, before entering the automotive industry, we need to learn automotive professional knowledge and receive vocational skills training, such as automotive repair, used car evaluation and car refitting. After leaving the barracks and entering the society, the retired soldiers who are ready for employment have to master a professional skill quickly. Only after starting a new career, can they better adapt to the new jobs, and then calmly cope with the changes they face.