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Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs in the world, and it doesn’t come with a paycheck or a guidebook. The life of a MilSpouse parent gets even harder when your servicemember is deployed and you’re responsible for all the decisions that go on in your household. SpouseLink offers the support you need to keep your military family strong, whether you’re together or apart.
If your military kid is experiencing mental or emotional distress, or if you just want to be proactive in nurturing their mental health, you can find support with some of the following resources, on SpouseLink,
MilSpouse Claire Wood shares her latest insights on military family finances, turning her focus to paying for college. Read her tips on SpouseLink.
Positive parenting tips for military families can help servicemembers navigate parenthood and build positive relationships with their children.
Think you’re ready for a new school year? MilSpouse blogger Jaimi shares tips on how to help your whole family stay organized and ready to go, on SpouseLink.
The military does not cover the full cost of child care on military bases or off, but they do provide financial assistance. Visit SpouseLink to learn more.
Financial lessons are not things children learn overnight. They’re learned over time through teachable moments, family practices, and by following examples. Read how to teach your kids healthy money habits, on SpouseLink.
Sometimes, PCS moves are an adventure by themselves. Read how Ambassador Tiffany turned her family’s 1,658-mile road trip from Fort Carson to Fort Bragg into a “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives” tour.
By Anna LarsonSpouseLink AmbassadorGuest Blogger “I do it myself.” That was the start of a video I watched the other day of my then three-year-old daughter trying to put on her shoes. She had them on the wrong feet and instead of tying the laces, she had proudly...
It’s summertime and the kids are… bored? Bust out the seasonal fun with ideas from MilSpouse blogger, Jaimi Erickson. She shares her top tips on SpouseLink!
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