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Journal EntryFeeling stressed? Help is available.
May is Mental Health Month. Learn more about assessing your own mental health and getting help.
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Journal Entry C headerYour military child’s mental health
This Mental Health Month, think about your kids’ emotional wellness and how you can best nurture their mental health.
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Journal EntryMilitary moms with postpartum depression
Military moms, like all moms, are at risk of postpartum depression after giving birth. Support and resources are available to help you cope.
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Journal EntryTotal fitness fights depression
Learn how your total fitness approach to fighting depression can help you optimize your performance and give your best to the force.
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Journal EntryMaking light of darker days
You don’t have to let the cooler weather and darker days get you down.
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Journal EntryWrite your way to well-being
Learn how writing can help you ward off depression and enhance well-being.
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Journal Entry C headerThe psychology of heart health
Learn about the strong connection between mental health and heart health.
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Journal EntrySecurity clearances and mental health—Part 1: Judgment matters
In this two-part series, HPRC unpacks myths about the impact of mental health care on security clearances. Learn how good judgment and your response on question 21 on the SF86 are what really matters when it comes to clearance status.
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Journal EntrySecurity clearances and mental health—Part 2: Q21 on SF86
Part 2 of HPRC’s security clearances and mental health series takes a closer look at the implications of responses to question 21 on your SF86 security clearance application.
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Journal EntryPTSD and sleep disturbance: A double whammy
Learn how post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and insomnia work to create a vicious cycle.
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