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Journal EntryOptimism can boost performance—give it a try!
 “Perpetual optimism is a force multiplier” – Colin Powell, 65th Secretary of State, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and retired U.S. Army four-star General
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Journal Entry Troff document (with manpage macros)ACE being a good wingman!
Be a good wingman and deploy ACE for someone in need!
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Journal Entry D source codeExercise for your mind
You probably know exercise has positive effects on your physical health, but physical fitness and regular exercise have many benefits for your mind too.
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Journal EntryThe results are in: 2011 Health Related Behaviors Survey
The results from the 2011 DoD Health Related Behaviors Survey show that active duty service members excel in many areas with regard to their health, but there is still room for improvement.
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Journal Entry C headerNew DoD publication kicks off Suicide Prevention Month
Check out “Supporting Military Families in Crisis: A Guide to Help You Prevent Suicide,” just released by the Department of Defense.
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Journal EntryBe an ACE for suicide prevention
Refresh your suicide prevention plan during September—Suicide Prevention Month.
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Journal Entry application/x-troff-meFor single Warfighters coming home
Coming home from deployment as a single Warfighter? Check out HPRC’s 10 Performance Strategies for easing back home.
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Journal Entry D source codeMake some new “friends with benefits”
Heard the term “friends with benefits”? There’s more than one kind!
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Journal EntryGive your brain a break
Mental fatigue feels lousy and can affect your mental and physical performance. Learn how.
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Journal EntryStress hurts Warfighter performance
Stress really does affect performance. But when you pair stress with mental health concerns, performance can take an even bigger hit.
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