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Journal Entry Pascal source codeAssess your relationship
Self-assessment questions can help you keep your relationship on the right track.
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Journal EntryBalance supporting others and taking care of yourself
Finding a balance between taking care of others and taking care of yourself is important.
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Journal Entry D source codeBe an advocate for healthy, “Fit Kids”!
Let someone at your children’s school know that they can get free help with physical education for grades 3 through 8 through the Operation Fit Kids program.
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Journal EntryBrush up on your relationship skills
Learn three key relationship skills highlighted in HPRC’s downloadable cards.
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Journal EntryBuilding family resilience
Further strengthen your family’s resilience with this new resource that discusses how to build it during and following deployment.
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Journal Entry PS documentCalling all military family support groups
Check out HPRC’s new section with resources for Family Readiness Groups, Family Support Centers, Family Advocacy Programs, and others you can use to support military families.
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Journal EntryCapitalizing on good news
Responding positively to news of good things helps strengthen relationships.
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Journal EntryCapitalizing on good news
Learn how “capitalizing” on good news can help build stronger relationships.
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Journal EntryCelebrate family fitness!
USAF FitFamily helps families “Get up. Get out. Get fit. Together.”
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Journal Entry text/texmacsChallenges facing service members caring for their aging parents
Military service members with aging parents are often concerned due to geographic separation and an already heavy load of other demanding responsibilities. However, through various forms of communication, family involvement, and a parent-care plan, worry can be reduced and emotional bonds can be strengthened.
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