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Journal EntryBe assertive
Assertive communication is often the best way to communicate. Aim for a mix of “directive” and “cooperative.”
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Journal EntryAre you dependable?
Being dependable is key for teamwork and group performance. Learn how to be someone others can depend on.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsTrapped by your thoughts?
The way we think often impacts what we do. This is particularly true in relationships.
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Journal EntryDealing with frequent separations
Separations are a way of life for many military families. Learn some tips for how to navigate them better.
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Journal Entry PS documentStress can zap your relationships
Stress can make you impatient, disagreeable, and less able to solve problems. Learn some tips for how to reduce its effects on your relationships.
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Journal EntryTips for caregivers
Caregivers play an essential role in the recovery of an injured, ill, or wounded service member. The emotional, physical, and psychological health of the caregiver is also important in this process.
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Journal Entry D source codeTrust and be trusted
Trust is core to good relationships. It often doesn’t happen instantly, but here are some strategies to help you start to believe in others whom you want to trust.
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Journal EntryCouples communication 101
It’s easy to get off track in communicating with your partner. To stay on course, be aware of these common pitfalls and actively work on communicating well.
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Journal EntryHow breaking up can be good for you
To help you get over a breakup, try reflecting on the positive aspects of the split and then writing about it.
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Journal Entry PS documentAdd years to your life with strong relationships
Good friends and family do more than make life worth living. These relationships also might help you live longer!
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