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Journal Entry Pascal source codeSurvival tips for couples during the holidays #4: Friendship
A marital friendship is an important part of long-term marital satisfaction.
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Journal EntrySurvival tips for couples during the holidays #2: The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” are characteristics that when present in communicating can destroy relationship satisfaction over time.
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Journal Entry C source codeAnnouncing Family Physical Fitness on HPRC
HPRC's Family & Relationships section has a new area on family physical fitness. See what it has for you and your family!
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programWorking out with babies
An Army base in Germany includes babies in their workouts!
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Journal EntryTips for parents to help children and teens with deployment: Week 1
Try talking to your child or teen about their deployment experiences for optimal family performance over the long run.
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Journal EntryTips for parents to help children and teens with deployment: Week 2
More strategies you can use to help your child or teen cope throughout the deployment cycle.
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Journal EntryTips for parents to help children and teens with deployment: Week 3
Strategies for helping your teenager cope with deployment include keeping the lines open.
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Journal EntryTips for parents to help children and teens with deployment: Week 4
Tips for parents to use during reintegration to help children and teenagers
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Journal EntryTips for parents to help children and teens with deployment: Week 5
Look at deployment and reintegration as times of family strength and growth to help you and your children weather the changes gracefully.
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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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