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Journal EntryMake problem solving a family affair
Families are constantly confronted with problems and are constantly trying to find solutions to them. Two researchers suggest a structured process.
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Journal Entry PS documentImpact of sleep loss on relationships
Sleep loss impacts many areas of Total Force Fitness—relationships being one of them.
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Journal EntryHPRC’s new Performance Strategy on couples communication
HPRC offers a set of strategies you can put to work on improving communication with your “significant other.”
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Journal EntryFun activities for single Warfighters
Military facilities offer lots of options for family activities, but there are programs for single Warfighters too.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programAn APP for family activities
DCoE has developed an app for Android that can help you find fun things to do with family and friends.
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Journal EntryHow are you at handling criticism?
Maybe you can dish it out, but can you take it?
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Journal EntryDon’t just listen – show you are listening.
Some tips for "active" and "constructive" listening will improve your communication skills.
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Journal EntryAre you friends with your significant other?
Couples who are also friends with one another are usually happier and healthier, making friendship with your significant other an important part of a Warfighter’s fitness.
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Journal EntryDon’t let anger control you
Mad at your spouse, your kids, a friend? It’s okay, but you also need to know how to manage that anger so it doesn’t damage your relationships.
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Journal EntryEnjoying the ordinary
“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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