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Journal EntryMilitary kids—part of one big family
DoD wrapped up April as the Month of the Military Child with a graphic summary of how children fit into the U.S. military system.
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Journal EntryMilitary parents: Just for you
Parenting can be difficult. Learn about some parenting resources that are specifically geared towards military families.
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Journal EntryMilitary Spouse Appreciation Day
Military spouses are adaptable, committed, courageous, the backbone of the military family and the key to the success of the Warfighter's military performance.
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Journal EntryMilitary Spouse Appreciation Day
Thanks from HPRC to the spouses who support our Warfighters!
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Journal EntryMoney issues: Bad for you and your family
Money issues can be stressful for you and your family. Learn some strategies for strengthening your financial fitness as a family.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programMuscle in on your personal finances
Creating a monthly budget can help your wallet go from sickbay to the frontline.
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Journal EntryNeed help talking to your teen?
Here are some tips to help you talk to your teen about some of the tough issues they may have to face.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programNew Army resilience training program targets NCOs and spouses
The two-week Soldier 360° resilience training program for Warfighters and their spouses is being implemented by the Army with a focus on NCOs.
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Journal EntryNew war on Armed Forces Day
There is a new war going right here at home: the war on obesity and tobacco. This holiday is a good time to start doing battle!
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Journal EntryPick the battles you both can win
The majority of problems among couples actually are not solvable, but they can be dealt with through discussion.
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