There are some common ideas that parents have around deployments and their children. Some believe that the little ones won’t …
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In his Month of the Military Child proclamation, President Biden declared: “these young people live out the words of the poet John Milton, ‘they also serve who only stand and wait.’ We see their service and thank them for it.”
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Military families overcome challenges that most civilian families can’t imagine! Over time, these unique stressors can take a toll on even the most resilient kids. Unfortunately, due to frequent transitions, it is easy to miss warning signs that a child needs help.
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Coparenting, or the coordination between parents as they work together to raise a child, is hard work. Staying consistent, attuned, …
For many, being a military service member isn’t just a job. Military service is surrounded by unique culture, values, and …
For a more thorough and complete discussion about raising resilient children, please help yourself to our free PDF guides. The Battle Plan for Mental Wellness explores how to raise resilient kids, while The Military Parent’s Guide to Children’s Mental Healthteaches how to respond to children’s mental health struggles.