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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 EntryCo-parenting after divorce
Divorce is a big adjustment for many kids. Learn how to co-parent after your marriage ends.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programFree summer fun for military families
Take advantage of free admission to national parks and over 2,000 museums and nature centers this summer. Grab your kids and go!
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Journal EntrySaluting fathers on Father’s Day
Learn how dads help their children become stronger, healthier, and more resilient.
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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 text/texmacsEspecially for military parents
Being a parent is a tough job, but military parents have extra challenges. There’s a website that can help.
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Journal EntryShifting from service family to civilian family
Transitioning from active duty to veteran status involves change. Learn how your entire family can weather these changes well.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programPlan your meals in minutes!
The workday is ending—and you’re stressed from not knowing what to prepare at mealtime. With some advance preparation using HPRC’s meal-planning strategies, you’ll look forward to what’s for dinner.
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Journal Entry Troff documentFight identity theft
Identity theft could cost you a lot of money, time, effort, and peace of mind. Learn more about how to guard your personal identity.
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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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