Military OneSource podcasts are a simple way to connect you to your best MilLife. With these short podcasts, you can navigate through topics important to military life including deployment, recreation, casualty assistance, relationship health, money management, parenting resources and more. Expand your skillset in a matter of minutes.
Whether actively planning to leave a relationship, trying to decide if leaving is right, or planning to stay, safety planning is essential for victims of domestic violence. Check out this podcast for some helpful tips and resources for additional help and support.
All community members — friends, neighbors, colleagues, military commanders and professionals — play a role in preventing domestic violence. The Family Advocacy Program helps families develop healthy relationship skills and address common relationship and parenting challenges during every stage of life. Check out this podcast for more information.
Domestic violence affects everyone in the family, including children. Although children may not be the direct targets of violence in their home, witnessing violence can have a profound, harmful impact on their lives. Check out this podcast to learn how witnessing abuse effects children and what to do to help children in these situations.
Helping victims of domestic abuse can be tough. You might not know how to help, who to talk to or may question whether it’s your place to intervene. But domestic abuse is everyone’s problem, and if you see something you need to step up and say something. In order to help, you need to know what to look for and what you can do.
In any relationship there will be tough times, varied opinions, and regrettable moments. The difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships is how partners handle difficult situations. Check out this podcast for information on what makes a relationship healthy or unhealthy and for resources for managing unhealthy situations.
It can be far too easy to see something worrisome or suspicious, like possible child abuse or neglect, and say to yourself, “Somebody else will probably take action.” It may feel awkward to respond and seem like it’s none of your business. But the safety and well-being of children is everyone’s business. It’s our responsibility as a society to ensure that children are able to grow up safe and healthy. It only takes a minute to speak up if you see a parent in need or a child in danger.
Online auctions can land you bargains and help you find rare items. But as with anything where money is exchanged, they can attract con artists and cheats. This first installment of our two-part series shows you how to identify common Internet auction scams.
Finding a job can be difficult given the economic times, particularly if you move often, as many military families do. In this podcast, FTC attorney Carol Kando-Pineda shows you how to recognize scams that promise to find you a job, but take your money instead.
Connections within the military community are the base of a resilient military. Find out how resources offered on installations through the Military and Family Support Centers or online through Military OneSource, can help you build bridges and connect service members and military families.