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Journal Entry image/x-jgTake it to heart
February is American Heart Month. Remember your fitness and nutrition goals to keep the most important muscle in your body healthy!
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Journal EntryDealing with loved ones during the holidays
Learn how to make friends with your family this holiday season.
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Journal EntryWords to clear mental clutter
It may sound simple, but you can repeat a word or phrase to bring calmness and relaxation into any situation.
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Journal EntryTips for caregivers
Caregivers play an essential role in the recovery of an injured, ill, or wounded service member. The emotional, physical, and psychological health of the caregiver is also important in this process.
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Journal EntryA “natural” way to recover
If you’re in any stage of a recovery process (physical, mental, or spiritual) it may be helpful to get outside and spend some time in nature.
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Journal Entry PS documentStress can zap your relationships
Stress can make you impatient, disagreeable, and less able to solve problems. Learn some tips for how to reduce its effects on your relationships.
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Journal EntryPFD: Prevent, face, and de-stress with anxiety
Anxiety can feel overwhelming. Not sure how to handle it? Learn to prevent it, face it, and then de-stress.
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Journal Entry D source codeStressed out? It isn’t all in your head.
The mind-body connection is incredibly powerful. Learn more about how this two-way interaction can work for and against you.
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Journal EntryHoliday stress? Keep it simple
Don’t let stress ruin your holidays. Here’s how to manage it differently this year.
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Journal Entry Troff documentIs stress making you overeat?
Many people fall prey to stress eating. Here are some tips to manage your stress and maintain a healthy weight.
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