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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 EntryHPRC at the DoD/USDA Family Resilience Conference
Representatives of the HPRC, DCoE, and USUHS presented a workshop on a new model for military family fitness at a conference in April.
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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 EntryNew report focuses on psychological resilience within the U.S. military
The RAND Corporation has released a report identifying factors that promote mental resilience within the U.S. military.
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Journal EntryLean on me: Providing support for children
Minimize relocation for youth through relying on support systems.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbTips for helping children cope with deployment
HPRC recommends three ways to help provide youth with support during deployment.
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Journal EntryRecognizing signs of distress in children
Parents play a crucial role in helping children cope with deployment. Learning to recognize signs of distress can help prevent depression in children.
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Journal EntryLook over there! Diverting deployment stress
Distractions are a great way to keep a child’s mind off of deployment stressors.
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Journal EntryStay active and reduce stress
Stressed out? Try getting more exercise, and you may find your high blood pressure dropping along with your stress level.
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