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Relationship Health & Family Wellness

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We know that keeping your relationships healthy and strong is very important to you. Maintaining happy and fulfilling relationships can be challenging even under normal conditions. When you factor in the stressors and demands of military life, you might have to work even harder to maintain the communication, cooperation and closeness that keep your relationship strong. For information on how to assess your relationship, strengthen your communication and make your relationships thrive, visit the resources, tools and articles below.


Man and woman in uniform If you're in the military and are also married to a service member, you know that the dual military lifestyle isn't easy. Juggling the demands of two hectic careers and trying to stay connected during the inevitable separations can strain even the best relationships. Yet dual military relationships can survive and thrive when spouses learn techniques for balancing work and family life and develop effective strategies for dealing with the stress and sacrifice they are sure to encounter.

Sittercity The sun is setting on Sittercity. The Department of Defense contract with the online care-provider resource expires July 31, 2015. Here's what you need to know.

Man typing on a computer. As a sponsor, you’re the go-to resource for all the insider information on your duty station. With the new, interactive eSponsorship Application and Training, you’ll have access to everything you need to be a successful sponsor.


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July 6, 2015
Redeployment Issues for Children
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July 21, 2015
Healthy Relationship Skills for Singles
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August 4, 2015
Sibling Relationships, Building Healthy Relationships
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