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Journal Entry Pascal source codeStrategies to impact your well-being: Wrapping up
Here are some thoughts to wrap up the series we presented over the past four weeks on how to improve your overall well-being through “savoring” strategies.
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Journal EntryHow families can benefit from the USDA’s switch to MyPlate
The USDA’s new MyPlate program is designed to make learning about and practicing healthy eating habits more appealing and more fun for all members of the family.
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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 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 Entry ECMAScript programDeployments, reunions, and family roles
Deployments and reunions can cause military families to experience stress and uncertainty about family roles. Confusion can occur when family members have to take on their service member’s pre-deployment roles and responsibilities in addition to their own. Once reunited, both the service member and his or her family members should communicate openly when re-establishing previous tasks or assigning new ones.
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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 EntryA little consistency goes a long way
Creating and maintaining family rituals is a great way to reduce stress for parents and children.
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Journal EntryCapitalizing on good news
Responding positively to news of good things helps strengthen relationships.
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Journal EntryDon’t forget about yourself!
As the non-deployed parent, it is important to take care of yourself.
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