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Journal Entry D source codeMake some new “friends with benefits”
Heard the term “friends with benefits”? There’s more than one kind!
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Journal EntryWhat’s your fighting style?
Learn about three styles of conflict that can work well for different kinds of happy couples.
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Journal EntryTo communicate, don’t triangulate!
If you want to communicate more effectively, at work or at home, learn how to avoid the pitfall of triangulation.
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Journal EntryDo you believe in love?
Ever wonder whether you can sustain romantic love in your relationship over the long term? Research suggests you can.
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Journal Entry D source codeFinding the “new normal”
After a major trauma, illness, or life-changing event, it is often necessary to adapt your lifestyle and create a new version of what feels “normal.”
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbHow to reconnect with your child after deployment
When you return from deployment, keep in mind your child’s current developmental needs and use these tips to help you reconnect.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-mdl-rdfileAssert yourself and be heard
Assertive communication is neither aggressive nor passive. It is both directive and cooperative.
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Journal EntryCommunicate better by listening better
Amp up your communication skills. Improve the other half of the conversation with “active listening.”
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbTips for staying in touch during deployment
Deploying soon? Think about a game plan for communicating with your loved one. HPRC offers some tips.
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Journal EntryBuild a better team
Group “cohesiveness” can contribute to Warfighter success. Learn how groups can establish and foster it.
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