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Journal EntryHealthy relationship conflict.
In all relationships, conflict management is often a key ingredient for success.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programWhite House initiatives to support military families
The White House has announced new initiatives to support military families in four key areas: overall well-being, education and development of military children, career advancement opportunities for military spouses, and improved childcare.
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Journal EntryThe Military Family Fitness Model
The Warfighter’s greatest support usually comes from his or her family, yet families also have to deal with the stress of military life. The Joint Services and the DoD have teamed up to develop a framework for additional support and resources to help families cope with the increased pace of deployment.
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Journal EntryCapitalizing on good news
Responding positively to news of good things helps strengthen relationships.
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Journal EntryThe "Michelangelo phenomenon" of relationships
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Journal EntryHealthy ever after: Being happily married is linked to better health and well-being
Relationships have a profound impact on health and happiness.
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Journal EntryDoes LOVE make you healthier?
WebMD has compiled recent research on the amazing health effects of love, particularly in marriage.
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Journal EntryHow to destroy a relationship
There are four characteristics that destroy relationships over time. Learn what they are to protect your relationships.
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Journal EntryFamily matters on the homefront
Tips to help decrease the stress before deployment.
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Journal EntryFamily matters on the homefront
A study of National Guard reserve troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, and their families, identified five stressors experienced by family members.
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