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Journal EntryTelling kids about their parent’s injury
Talking with your children about their other parent’s injury can be hard because there’s no good way to share bad news. Find out what helps ease the conversation.
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Journal Entry‘Tis the season: Connect with family
Use these HPRC-approved tips to help keep the “happy” in your holidays and take care of your family and yourself, even when you can’t be together.
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Journal Entry“Coaching” your kids’ emotions
Learn how to “coach” your kids when they’re dealing with strong emotions.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbPreparing for a deployment
A new HPRC video offers insights from Giants (and former Red Sox) baseball team’s performance psychology coach Bob Tewksbury on how military families can prepare for deployments.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programResilience tips for job-seeking military spouses
If you’re a military spouse, looking for a job sometimes can feel overwhelming. Find out how to feel confident during your job search.
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Journal Entry Pascal source codeKids benefit from summer camp
Find out how kids have fun, learn, and grow at summer camp.
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Journal EntryMilitary kids and mindfulness
Encouraging your kids to be mindful supports their mental health. Learn how to bring mindfulness into your family.
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Journal EntryDuty to country and family
Need your family to be more supportive of your role as a service member? Learn how to get on the same page with your loved ones.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programHPRC thanks our Vets and their families
Veteran's Day—Honoring all who serve and who have served. We salute you!
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Journal Entry D source codePredicting body weight from childhood to adulthood
Now you can calculate your child’s risk of becoming obese with a simple online calculator.
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