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  1. Preventing Dating Violence

     What is Dating Violence? Forceful behavior: pushing, shoving, hair pulling, kicking, yanking by the arm, pinning someone against a wall or on the floor. Rape—intercourse in which one individual is not a consenting participant—or any kind of forced sex. Threatening with knives, guns, or other lethal weapons. It can also...
  2. Relationships and Finances

    Perhaps the only things in life that can rival the anxiety-producing effects of a relationship are money and finances. Money and finances in a relationship can cause a couple to worry and to have anxiety for their future. Combining both of these essential avenues in life, relationships and finances, can...
  3. Health Care Benefits: An Overview

    If you are an active duty service member, you and your family are entitled to health care insurance through TRICARE. National Guard and Reserve service members who are mobilized/deployed for longer than thirty days also become eligible for TRICARE, along with their families. Availability for each of TRICARE’s plans depends...
  4. School Violence

    Did you know… Millions of crimes are committed on school grounds each year. These crimes include: Theft: Items are stolen from purses, lockers, backpacks, and cars. Physical attacks: Incidents that result in injury to one or more people, and may include robbery or sexual assault. Shootings: When a child or...
  5. Learning to Live with PTSD

    A Guest Post from Dana DeLong, Vice President of www.voiceofwarriors.com My name is Dana and I am an Army Veteran who served during Desert Storm. I was diagnosed last year with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and have been in treatment ever since. I go to regular counseling sessions and am...
  6. Bullying

    Most of us have to deal with a bully in our life, whether it’s at school, work, or in the neighborhood. Read on to learn more about bullies, and to find out what you can do about a bully. Why do bullies act the way they do? Bullies try to...
  7. MotoMail for Marines

    Family and friends of Marines deployed to Afghanistan can send a physical letter to their loved one without leaving the house or paying for postage. MotoMail is a free, private and secure service that allows you to write a message out like an e-mail. Then, in Afghanistan, the letter will...
  8. Children and Homecoming

    The homecoming of a service member is a major change for the children in a household. They have grown physically, emotionally, and socially during the deployment. They are not as skilled at coping with their stress because they have little life experience. As a result, they may become firmly attached...