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Journal EntryShifting from service family to civilian family
Transitioning from active duty to veteran status involves change. Learn how your entire family can weather these changes well.
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Journal EntrySmall changes can pay off in a big way
Resolutions don't have to daunting—making small, not big, changes that fit easily into your lifestyle are good options for family health and weight loss over time.
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Journal Entry application/x-troff-msSNAP your problems!
SNAP your family’s problems with this easy-to-remember acronym.
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Journal Entry C headerSpring cleaning—a mindful approach
Practice mindfulness to help clear out the clutter in your home that weighs you down.
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Journal EntryStaggering stats about teens and stress
Teens are stressed out, and families dealing with deployments can face extra stress. Learn more and pick up some practical tips.
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Journal EntryStart your children’s good sleep habits early
Sleep is an essential part of post-exercise recovery, and good sleep habits begin in childhood. A recent Canadian report on bringing up children as athletes provides valuable input for children at various ages.
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Journal EntryStepmothers
A stepmother can significantly impact her stepchildren’s lives. Understanding her role in the family is an important first step.
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Journal EntryStress: Learn to deal with it together
When dealing with stress, manage the source of the stress as well as the stressful feelings.
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Journal EntryTake a moment to connect with kids
Take a moment to connect with the children in your life this year. It can have amazing benefits.
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Journal EntryTelling kids about their parent’s injury
Talking with your children about their other parent’s injury can be hard because there’s no good way to share bad news. Find out what helps ease the conversation.
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