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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 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 face paint does more than camouflage
New face paint is being tested and hopefully will be approved for the military in the near future. Not only will it hide soldiers’ faces from the enemy, but it will also shield their faces from the extreme temperatures of bomb blasts.
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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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Journal EntryQuestions families of Reserve & National Guard members need to ask
Asking some questions ahead of time can help families of National Guard and Reserve Warfighters when it is time to deploy.
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Journal EntryReady, set, play!
Childhood obesity is a fast-growing issue in the United States. Preventing it can be a fun family affair!
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Journal EntryRecognizing signs of distress in children
Parents play a crucial role in helping children cope with deployment. Learning to recognize signs of distress can help prevent depression in children.
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Journal EntryReconnecting with your teenager
Teenagers can sometimes have difficulty with a deployed parent's return.
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