White female approximately 35 years old. Guylene met Jonathan Trimble at a country western bar a year before he went into the marines. Guylene was in a relationship with another guy who was an alcoholic that she was really trying to break up with. Jonathan Trimble was smitten with Guylene from the start, yet he respected her space and her relationship. The two were just friends at first, and the bond between them grew stronger. Jonathan had a string of casual affairs, but no one struck him like Guylene but back then she was taken. When he was sent home by the Marines due to his PTSD, Guylene ran into him again at a Coffee Shop. She was free and so was he. She was attracted to him but his PTSD diagnosis scared her. She had just freed herself from a previously relationship with an mentally unstable individual and swore she wouldn't endure that again. She relaxed her stand on that with Jonathan because, after all, his mental injuries were incurred in his service to the country. She compromised that she would give the relationship a try if he agreed to regularly attending therapy and being appropriately medicated. Jonathan is a strong and independent man, while he resisted the "touchy feely" therapy imposition, he endured it for the sake of the marriage. Guylene's parents were staunch Democrats and were against the relationship and the marriage from the start. Guylene's father Robert Earl considered Jonathan an ignorant brute and hick. He tried and failed several times to convert Jonathan to the liberal ranks and true "civility". Guylene, pretty much stayed out of their conflict. She wasn't political at all. She did have a healthy respect for the country. She was always conducted herself with political correctness. Her friends included a diverse group of races and cultures. Jonathan had the same diversity among his friends too, yet he unapologetically stood his ground on his convictions and conservative values.