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Journal EntryA strong country stays fit
Why aren't there more of us out there exercising?
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Journal EntryHealthy relationship conflict.
In all relationships, conflict management is often a key ingredient for success.
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Journal EntryBoost your child's resilience
Children who have resilience are better able to cope with stress.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programWhite House initiatives to support military families
The White House has announced new initiatives to support military families in four key areas: overall well-being, education and development of military children, career advancement opportunities for military spouses, and improved childcare.
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Journal EntryFamily Matters: Communicating well
Communicating well is extremely important for family well-being.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programFamily Matters: Routines are key for Warfighters and families
Routines can strengthen athletic performance—and also a family's performance.
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Journal EntryBe constructive and communicate
In successful marriages, partners work out problems by talking to each other.
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Journal EntryHPRC at the DoD/USDA Family Resilience Conference
Representatives of the HPRC, DCoE, and USUHS presented a workshop on a new model for military family fitness at a conference in April.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programNew Army resilience training program targets NCOs and spouses
The two-week Soldier 360° resilience training program for Warfighters and their spouses is being implemented by the Army with a focus on NCOs.
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Journal EntryThe Military Family Fitness Model
The Warfighter’s greatest support usually comes from his or her family, yet families also have to deal with the stress of military life. The Joint Services and the DoD have teamed up to develop a framework for additional support and resources to help families cope with the increased pace of deployment.
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