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Journal EntryExercise for children and teens
Exercise is an important aspect of healthy child and teen development. Learn about guidelines and tips.
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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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Journal EntryHaving the same conversation over and over?
Going over the same things again and again in your relationship—with no new results? Learn how to break that cycle.
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Journal Entry Pascal source codeHow parents of service members can help
Parents of deploying Warfighters can help their son or daughter in many ways to get ready for deployment.
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Journal EntryQuestions families of Reserve & National Guard members need to ask
Asking some questions ahead of time can help families of National Guard and Reserve Warfighters when it is time to deploy.
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Journal EntryBuilding family resilience
Further strengthen your family’s resilience with this new resource that discusses how to build it during and following deployment.
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Journal EntryStaggering stats about teens and stress
Teens are stressed out, and families dealing with deployments can face extra stress. Learn more and pick up some practical tips.
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Journal EntryStress: Learn to deal with it together
When dealing with stress, manage the source of the stress as well as the stressful feelings.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programA 30-day challenge for families!
Challenge your family to 30 days of relationship strengthening activities with FOCUS’s calendar of activities.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programCreate meaning out of your experiences
Creating a shared understanding of challenging experiences is an important resilience-building skill for families.
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