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Does it always seem to fall on your shoulders to make sure everyone in your family is doing okay? If you feel overwhelmed, or need a few ideas to make life a little easier, you’re not alone. Take advantage of SpouseLink’s community of MilSpouses who offer a little inspiration and support that can help you make sure your military family — and you — are safe, healthy and happy. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Try searching for a keyword.
June 27 is PTSD Awareness Day. Although it’s one of the ugliest sides of military life, it’s something we all need to talk about, especially during PTSD Awareness Month (June). Find out more on SpouseLink.
Post-traumatic stress disorder is a very real challenge for many Military Families, but you are never alone. Check out SpouseLink’s tips for navigating PTSD.
April is Autism Awareness month. Recently, education about and support for children with autism has grown. But there’s still work to do. These organizations are doing their part to help MilFams. See who they are and how they can help on SpouseLink.
Green smoothies are a healthy and delicious way to get in your fruits and veggies, but there are some tips to help you make the best beverage. Use the right ratio of fruits to veggies, use frozen fruit instead of ice, and add protein and fat for a filling meal. Get all the tips on SpouseLink.
On Tuesday, March 5, 2019, President Donald Trump signed an Executive Order in an effort to help combat one of the military’s ugliest realities. The PREVENTS Initiative will tackle Veteran suicide prevention with the hope of reducing a suicide rate that has remained stagnant and high for years.
It’s National Eating Disorder Week, which makes it the perfect time to address some misconceptions. For instance, there are several different types of eating disorders and they’re not always about food and weight. Read what one anorexia survivor wants you to know about her illness on SpouseLink.
Nearly 30 percent of soldiers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan have been diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD. Is your servicemember or veteran among them? SpouseLink Guest Blogger, Crystal Hampton, has some insights on how to recognize PTSD and help you get through the tough times.
Put leftover holiday spices to good use in your beauty routine. This gingerbread face mask helps prevent acne, will even out your complexion, and also hydrate your skin. All it takes is a few simple ingredients already in your pantry. Get the recipe on SpouseLink.
Are you thinking of your 2019 New Year’s resolution? If so, there’s a good chance you’ve considered a healthier & more active lifestyle next year. While we can’t guarantee these military discounts will make the workouts & results any easier, they will make your workouts less expensive. Check them out on SpouseLink.
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