You are here: Home / Family & Relationships

Family & Relationships

Family relationships and one’s larger social environment are crucial to Warfighter health and performance. If you can't find the answer to your Family & Relationships question in our resources, click the button below.

Your human performance questions answered by our experts

Family & Relationships Resources

Frequently Asked Questions About Relationships

Get evidence-based answers to frequently asked questions about various aspects of family and other relationships.

.
Relationship Enhancement

Strategies to enhance your relationships.

.
Family Resilience

Positive family relationships have the power to help individuals overcome challenges and build resilience.

.
Deployment Phases

In this section you'll find information grouped by phases of deployment: pre-deployment, deployment, reintegration, and post-deployment.

.
Family Fitness

Warfighters have specific physical activity requirements based on their MOS, but spouses, children, parents, and other loved ones also have physical fitness requirements for their own individual and/or family missions.

.
Family Relationship Toolkit

Family readiness groups, family advocacy programs, family support centers, key spouse groups, and others can find selected HPRC resources in one place to use in their work with military families.

.

Now on the homepage ...

Spring cleaning—a mindful approach
Practice mindfulness to help clear out the clutter in your home that weighs you down.
.

Family & Relationships News

Spring cleaning—a mindful approach
Practice mindfulness to help clear out the clutter in your home that weighs you down.
Families that play together, stay together
Maximize your family’s together time with fun activities that help you unplug and bond!
For better relationships, cool it!
Want a healthy romantic relationship? Warm it up with ICED...
Set the fitness example for your kids
Parents can help their children be physically active in a variety of ways. Learn more.
Disordered eating
“Disordered eating” refers to eating foods or having eating patterns that can have serious nutritional consequences for the Warfighter, spouse, child, or other family member.

All Family & Relationships Blog Entries