Help Us Keep MilCouples Connected
You can reinvigorate military marriages and reinforce resilience by sharing "Re the We."
Military life can be extra tough on couples, and relationship issues can impact focus, performance and health. Relationship stressors have even been found to be a risk factor for suicide.
"Re the We" is a campaign that aims to help military couples, and your support can maximize its impact. We need your stories to help normalize help-seeking. We need you to tell military couples about "Re the We" and other sources of military relationship support.
Your engagement can make a difference. You can help make it okay for people with a muscle-through mentality to get reinforcements for their most important military backup — each other.
Tell couples where to get help:
Our "Re the We" landing page for couples is full of relationship resources.
Four Ways You Can Help Military Relationships
Since its launch in fall of 2020, the "Re the We" campaign has reached millions of people. We need your help to reach millions more. Join our partnership and help spread the word – your support is mission-critical.
"Re the We" In Your Feed
Download the "Re the We" Social Media Toolkit and share content on your channels.
Recommend "Re the We" Resources
Tell military couples they can find helpful information and tips at MilitaryOneSource.mil/ReTheWe.
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Help us help others.
Have you had success with relationship counseling — or do you know someone who has? We're looking for stories of relationship repair to show that counseling works and can help solve problems. Share your story and ask your friends to share too. It’s confidential, and can reassure couples that repair is within reach.
We need your feedback and ideas to better support military couples. Reach out to share your thoughts or request additional information.
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