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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.
Think family time is all fun and games? Well, maybe you can learn a thing or two about each other while you’re at it. Blogger Jaimi Erickson shares her thoughts on SpouseLink
When your husband is in the military, some people think your life begins and ends with him. But what if you were in the military, too, before starting your family? Amanda Huffman breaks down the stereotypes that military spouses face, on SpouseLink.
The holidays are even more magical when spent with those you love. Blogger Julie Provost suggests these 9 holiday movies for your family to enjoy, on SpouseLink.
COVID threw everyone for a loop when it first hit — and for several months afterward. Blogger Kristin shares how it affected her and her family’s mental health, on SpouseLink.
If you find yourself hosting a traditional Thanksgiving Day meal this year, here are 11 tips that can help, on SpouseLink.
There are so many fun activities in the fall! Blogger Jaimi Erickson shares her family favorites with us on SpouseLink and tells us what makes them so special to her.
SpouseLink dives into the EFMP explaining how to enroll, the benefits, and how Partners in PROMISE supports military families with special needs.
Being a Military Spouse has its challenges — especially when you’re also a parent working from home. Matthew shares what it’s really like on SpouseLink.
Having a special needs child in the family truly makes them an exceptional family member when you’re in the military. See how one family handles it with the EFMP, on SpouseLink.
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