Battle Plan for Military Children’s Mental Wellness Part 1

Battle Plan for Military Children’s Mental Wellness Part 1

Creating a solid, stable household for your family is key to helping you be prepared for the challenges that come with military life -- such as moves, job transitions, and deployments.

A strong family foundation begins with well-established routines and expectations, effective communications that include setting boundaries, and consistent consequences for actions.

The Battle Plan for Military Children’s Mental Wellness is a great place to start building on that foundation. In this extensive guide you will learn about:

  • Building healthy communication habits with your spouse that benefit your children
  • How to co-parent together all the time
  • How to share and manage expectations
  • How to set up good communication with your children
  • How to best correct and redirect them
  • How to build healthy habits in your children
  • A strategy for family organization
  • Signs of trouble and how to cope

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Battle Plan for Military Children’s Mental Wellness Part 2

Battle Plan for Military Children’s Mental Wellness Part 2

Creating a solid, stable household for your family is the key to helping you be prepared for the challenges that come with military life -- such as moves, job transitions, and deployments.

Military families know a lot about contingency planning in the face of numerous challenges. You are ready for almost anything, and you manage to get through some austere situations. The Battle Plan for Military Children’s Mental Wellness Part 2 will help you prepare for and navigate difficult circumstances so that you and your family strive for consistency, stability, and strength together. In this extensive guide you will learn about:

  • How to deal with the difficulties of deployment: before, during, and after
  • Cost-effective ideas to find meaning when your family is separated
  • What to do when both parents serve at the same time
  • How to deal with the trauma of a wounded parent
  • How to deal with painful family changes such as injury, loss, or divorce
  • How to prepare for a transition out of the military
  • How to help with your child’s special needs

The handbook is free; simply fill out the form, and we will email you a copy to download. Your information will not be shared with anyone.

 

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