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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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Journal EntryMaking step-families work well
If you have children from a previous relationship and are building a new one, here are some tips to reduce conflict.
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Journal EntryManaging family stress
Stress can create a ripple effect in families; learning ways to effectively manage your stress can have numerous benefits.
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Journal EntryMHS highlights Total Force Fitness
July was the Military Health System’s “Total Fitness Month.” HPRC offers lots of resources to follow up on their recommendations for healthy living.
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Journal EntryMilitary family culture – better than you think!
Top things that military families don't do well.
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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 Spouse Appreciation Day
Thanks from HPRC to the spouses who support our Warfighters!
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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 EntryNeed to update your parenting style?
Your parenting style has an important impact on your teen’s behaviors. And it turns out that many parents change their style along the way. Learn more about different styles and changes.
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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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