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Grieving the loss of a loved one is a difficult and emotional process. The journey can be scary, painful and lonely, and it's easy to feel that nothing anyone does or says can take away from the pain you feel. Consider the following information to find comfort and understanding as you move forward in your healing process.
After your loved one has died, it is important for the healing process to build new dreams and goals. Perhaps you may be interested in furthering your education. If you or your children are interested in pursuing higher education, and you are the spouse or child of a service member who was injured or died in the line of duty, there are several scholarship opportunities available for you.
Parents play an important role in helping teenagers learn to build healthy relationships. Here are some suggestions to help your teen approach dating in positive ways.
The Military Academic Advancement Program is an initiative of the Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance made possible by the Department of Agriculture/Department of Defense Military Extension Partnership and Kansas State University.
To protect a resilient and ready military, the Defense Suicide Prevention Office encourages service members to seek help for behavioral health issues.
Finding the information needed to make informed decisions about education and early intervention services for family members just got easier. Explore the updated Education Directory for Children With Special Needs now!
United We Serve, President Obama’s nationwide service initiative, is built on the belief that ordinary people can come together and achieve extraordinary things when given the proper tools. This initiative aims to both expand the impact of existing organizations by engaging new volunteers in their work and encourage volunteers to develop their own "do-it-yourself" projects.
New experiences can be invigorating. If you’re feeling stuck in a rut, it may be time to stretch your comfort zone and take some calculated risks—risks for which the potential benefits outweigh the potential costs.
It's never too late to learn more about managing your money. Check out these articles to see how you can make your money work for you!
Whether you are researching at installation libraries, polishing a new skill, picking up a new sport or connecting your child to the same opportunities, let Morale, Welfare and Recreation be your link to the skills you’re seeking and your talents that are waiting to be uncovered.
In support of lifelong learning, Military OneSource connects service members and their families to more than thirty libraries and databases through the Morale, Welfare and Recreation online library. Service members and military family members of all ages can access a wealth of information and a long list of popular titles without ever leaving the comfort of home.
USA4 Military Families initiative engages and educates state policymakers, not-for-profit associations, concerned business interests and other state leaders about the needs of military members and their families. Key issues, news and support are available through USA4 Military Families.
The USAA Educational Foundation offers you the opportunity to be better informed and prepared to make the best choices through every stage of life. Our extensive library of free educational materials provides credible and useful information that speaks to a variety of subjects and provides you with educational information that's objective, relevant and usable.
Like any good parent, you want to know how to help your kindergartner navigate through the first few days and weeks of school. Here are a few tips that will help you and your child during this exciting time.
Restricted and unrestricted: understand the difference before reporting sexual assault.
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