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As a parent, your job is to raise children and teens to cope in healthy ways with changing circumstances like deployments, moves and new schools. Military OneSource is there to help you parent at every stage, offering guidance on making moves easier for your children, helping you support your child at school and encouraging you to talk to teens about important topics like substance abuse, managing stress and establishing safe and healthy relationships.
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