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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 EntryHPRC at the DoD/USDA Family Resilience Conference
Representatives of the HPRC, DCoE, and USUHS presented a workshop on a new model for military family fitness at a conference in April.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programHPRC thanks our Vets and their families
Veteran's Day—Honoring all who serve and who have served. We salute you!
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Journal EntryKeep the happy in holidays: Cope with loss
Keeping the happy in the holidays this year can be hard when you are coping with the loss—or distance—of a loved one. Learn ways to help cope this holiday season.
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Journal EntryKeeping family relationships strong
Maintaining strong family relationships can require some new skills or perspectives over time. Learn some relationship skills that are relevant for many families, but especially for the military lifestyle.
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Journal EntryKeys to building family resilience
A new RAND report points out key resilience-building features that families can use.
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Journal EntryLean on me: Providing support for children
Minimize relocation for youth through relying on support systems.
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Journal EntryLearn about the Navy’s CREDO program for resilience
Learn about CREDO—a Navy chaplain program geared towards building individual, relationship, and family resilience.
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Journal EntryLook over there! Diverting deployment stress
Distractions are a great way to keep a child’s mind off of deployment stressors.
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Journal EntryMake problem solving a family affair
Families are constantly confronted with problems and are constantly trying to find solutions to them. Two researchers suggest a structured process.
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