Rekindle, Repair or Reset Your Relationship
Meet your relationship goals with help made for the MilLife.
Every relationship could use help from time to time — and military life carries its own unique challenges. Whether you're a military couple looking to reinvigorate your bond, rebuild connections or retool your relationship skills – we're here to help and support. Join the thousands of people who have found more rewarding, more resilient relationships with our services, resources and expert guidance.
About Military OneSource
Ideas to Renew Your Relationship
Refresh, rekindle, reinvigorate … discover simple steps, tools and drills you can use to bring the two of you closer together. Better yet, they’re made with the military in mind, to help you strengthen your relationship as you move through your MilLife.JUMP TO RESOURCES
Counseling for Challenges Big and Small
Every relationship is different. That's why we have so many ways to help — from individual coaching and communication tools to counseling for military couples. Could you use someone to talk to?LET’S TALK
Rebuild After a Breakup
Going from "we" to "me" can be a hard adjustment. The good news is that you don’t have to do it alone. Get resources and support you can use to recover from your breakup, reinvest in yourself and rebuild your well-being.GET A YOU-BOOST
Our Best Resources
When you treat yourself well, you reap the rewards. Use these free resources to invest in yourself and your well-being.
Relationship Summit Recordings
What is Relationship Coaching Like?
Have you had success reworking a relationship?
Encourage other military couples with your story of relationship repair.
Resources for Every Relationship Stage
Build a more resilient bond and be ready for whatever comes your way.
- Relationship Support for Military Couples
- National Healthy Marriage Resource Center
- Make Your Relationships Stronger With Building Healthy Relationships
- Tips for Healthy Conflict Resolution in a Relationship
- Tips to Improve Communication in a Relationship
- What To Do When You Feel Disconnected From Your Partner
After a breakup, take time to reset and take care of you.
Note: Relationship support is most effective when both partners are committed to working together. These resources and services are not recommended for couples with a history of domestic abuse, or for partners seeking help for a relationship with patterns of control or violence. Exceptions to privacy include suspected harm to self or others. Learn more.