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Journal Entry Pascal source codeThe little things do add up!
It’s easy to get consumed with the end result. Breaking things down into the smaller pieces can help. Learn more about setting different kinds of goals and why the little things really matter.
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Journal Entry“Sport psych” and military performance
What are sport psychology and performance psychology? What do they have to do with military performance? Find out here.
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Journal EntryDepression—Don’t tackle it alone
Depression isn’t just a lousy mood—it’s a serious illness that needs serious help. Check out some of the special resources for service members, whether it’s for you, a buddy, or a family member.
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Journal EntryCope with emotions through mindfulness
Mindfulness helps you to face hard emotions instead of running from them. Learn how here.
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Journal EntryPTSD can “short-circuit” your brain
PTSD affects the “circuitry” of the brain. Learn how PTSD-affected brains confuse threat and safety.
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Journal EntryMental tools for your performance arsenal
There are concrete actions you can take to help your performance when you need it most – check them out here.
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Journal EntryAre you tough enough…mentally?
Are you mentally tough? See if you’ve got the 4 Cs. Develop these traits and maintain them.
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Journal EntryWhen “moral injuries” add to PTSD pain
PTSD can haunt Warfighters with lingering fear or inner conflict called “moral injuries.” Learn more about this phenomenon.
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Journal Entry D source codeFinding the “new normal”
After a major trauma, illness, or life-changing event, it is often necessary to adapt your lifestyle and create a new version of what feels “normal.”
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Journal EntryRules for a successful performance plan
There are specific strategies you can use when setting up a performance-enhancement plan. Check out the “Ten Rules.”
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