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Journal Entry application/x-troff-meAre cell phones ruining family time?
Using cell phones during family time can distract you from connecting with your loved ones. Learn more.
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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 EntryHow to plan your family meetings
Family meetings can build cohesion and improve communication with your loved ones. Learn how to get started!
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Journal Entry text/texmacsStaying connected during deployments
How can military families stay connected during deployments? LTC Craig Jenkins, PhD, and Bob Tewksbury offer their insights from working with service members and professional baseball players.
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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 EntryNon-traditional gifts worth giving
This holiday season, try giving in ways that can make a lasting impact on your loved ones and yourself, and enhance your relationships. Learn more.
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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 EntryStepmothers
A stepmother can significantly impact her stepchildren’s lives. Understanding her role in the family is an important first step.
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Journal Entry PS documentRaise healthy eaters—Part 2: Age-specific tips
Part 2 of HPRC’s “healthy eater” series explores age-specific tips to get your kids to eat healthy.
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Journal EntryRaise healthy eaters—Part 1: For kids 2–18
It’s important to teach children about acceptable eating behaviors and how to control their eating impulses. In this two-part series, HPRC offers tips to help your kids eat healthy.
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