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Journal Entry PS documentA new year’s resolution for your relationships
Jump-start the new year! Resolve to improve your personal relationships in 2016.
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Journal EntryEnjoying the ordinary this holiday season
“Count your blessings” isn’t just a saying—it’s a good way to reduce stress and take your mind off the negatives in life. Take a look around for the things in your everyday life that you can be thankful for and take a moment to appreciate them.
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Journal EntryThankful for you?
A little appreciation can go a long way in keeping the relationship with your significant other at its best, especially when deployment means you are apart for a time.
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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 EntryAnger control plan
It’s okay to get mad, but it’s not okay to get out of control. Try some of these resources to keep your anger in check and your relationships good.
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Journal EntryDo you like your significant other?
Liking the person you love makes a solid foundation for a secure and supportive relationship that will last.
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Journal EntryCapitalizing on good news
Learn how “capitalizing” on good news can help build stronger relationships.
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Journal EntryTips for combating loneliness
Feeling isolated or alone isn’t a recipe for resilience. Learn ways to overcome isolation.
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Journal Entry D source codeBe a “Joy Multiplier,” not a “Joy Thief”
The way you respond to someone when they share good news can either enhance or detract from your relationship. Learn how to strengthen others with “Active Constructive Responding.”
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Journal EntryIn the middle of a fight, change your focus
If fights with your loved ones last longer than the argument itself, then check out this strategy for refocusing your mind and calming your body.
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