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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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Journal Entry PGP keysCommunication is key
Proper communication between parents and children during deployment can reduce the risk of potential behavioral concerns.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programCreate meaning out of your experiences
Creating a shared understanding of challenging experiences is an important resilience-building skill for families.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programDeployments, reunions, and family roles
Deployments and reunions can cause military families to experience stress and uncertainty about family roles. Confusion can occur when family members have to take on their service member’s pre-deployment roles and responsibilities in addition to their own. Once reunited, both the service member and his or her family members should communicate openly when re-establishing previous tasks or assigning new ones.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programDoes your child lose sleep over worries?
School age children are often burdened with a lot of worries; more so if if one parent is deployed. Here's a simple strategy to help worrying minds.
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Journal EntryDon’t forget about yourself!
As the non-deployed parent, it is important to take care of yourself.
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Journal EntryFamilies that play together, stay together
Maximize your family’s together time with fun activities that help you unplug and bond!
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Journal EntryFamily Matters: Deployment communication
Military families have created unique ways to maintain close communication through deployments and long duty times.
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