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Journal EntryBoost your child's resilience
Children who have resilience are better able to cope with stress.
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Journal Entry application/x-troff-meHow physiologic stress-management training can help your relationships at home
The skills that allow one to calm the body’s physiologic response to stress can also be applied to other areas—most notably, in one’s relationships.
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Journal EntryFamily Matters: Communicating well
Communicating well is extremely important for family well-being.
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Journal EntryKeys to building family resilience
A new RAND report points out key resilience-building features that families can use.
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Journal EntryNew One Shot One Kill materials now available online
New program materials for the One Shot One Kill (OSOK) performance enhancement program are now available on HPRC’s website!
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Journal EntryHPRC at the 2012 Warrior Resilience Conference
This year’s Warrior Resilience Conference focused on the family and social aspects of Total Force Fitness.
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Journal EntryLearning mental toughness through Army training
Can mental toughness be taught? Time magazine interviewed Dr. Martin Seligman on how the Army plans to do it.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-mdl-sdfileScience article asks: Are we winning the war against PTSD?
A review on how the military is preventing and addressing PTSD in troops suggests that programs are helping keep rates low.
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Journal EntryBreak down your problems, not yourself
When problems seem larger than life, try breaking them down in sections to tackle one at a time.
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Journal EntryLearn about the Navy’s CREDO program for resilience
Learn about CREDO—a Navy chaplain program geared towards building individual, relationship, and family resilience.
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