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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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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbThe CSF program’s family resilience component
Learn about the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness (CSF) online family-oriented programming.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programThe FOCUS program for military families
Learn about the FOCUS program for building family resilience.
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Journal Entry RealAudio documentThe Army’s Strong Bonds program
The Army’s STRONG BONDS program can help build relationship resiliency. Learn more about it here.
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Journal Entry D source codePerformance Quote: Bend with the wind
"Animated growth, like trees, never proceeds in straight lines. Trees are not like the walls of a house, they adjust to the living conditions of wind, sun, soil, and rain." - Ruth Cohn, noted psychotherapist
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbActivities help kids during times of deployment
Children feel lots of different things while their parent is deployed. There are organizations that can help kids through physical activity, peer mentoring, and other social gatherings.
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Journal Entry C headerHow you “stress out” affects your health
 How you react to stressful situations can impact your health in the long run.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbVirtual reality: game or treatment?
Virtual reality isn’t just for entertainment anymore—its applications include use by the military to treat symptoms of PTSD and other combat-related injuries.
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Journal EntryStrength training reduces risk of injury
Building muscle is key for optimal performance, as well as maintaining healthy bones and preventing injury.
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Journal EntryOptimism can boost performance—give it a try!
 “Perpetual optimism is a force multiplier” – Colin Powell, 65th Secretary of State, former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and retired U.S. Army four-star General
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