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Asking for Help’: Facilitating Important Behaviors for Health and Family Function
This Courage to Care Fact Sheet provides a 4-step model and sound bites to help educate about and facilitate ‘asking for help’ behaviors that foster a partnering for health, prevention and early...
A Handbook for Family and Friends of Service Members: Before, During and After Deployment
Created as a companion to the PBS series “This Emotional Life,” A Handbook for Family & Friends of Service Members explores the stressors and feelings individuals may encounter throughout the...
The Effects of Multiple Deployments on Army Adolescents
Multiple deployments have become a way of life for our Soldiers. In Army families, these frequent deployments increase the burden on children who must face the stress and strain of separation and...
Understanding the role of communication in maintaining and forming friendships following traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Primary objective: To describe and analyse how two adults with traumatic brain injury (TBI) construct meaning about their communication and its impact upon friendships. This information was sought...
'Asking for Help’: Do You Know How?
The stress of deployments, single parenting, family reintegration and changes in family routines due to separations or the injuries of war make ‘asking for help’ an important skill for service...
Veteran Parenting Toolkit: Together Building Strong Families
Five age-based parenting toolkits for Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom Veterans and their partners. Each parenting toolkit addresses the following topics: •Did you know?
Contradictions and Praxis Contextualized by Wartime Deployment: Wives' Perspectives Revealed through Relational Dialectics
With the continued US military presence throughout the world, it is important to understand the struggles of family members left behind during war, because they are important to the “success” of...
Relational Maintenance during Military Deployment: Perspectives of Wives of Deployed US Soldiers
Deployment-based separations, during which military spouses' communication is limited and their uncertainty heightened, present numerous challenges to spouses' enactment of relational maintenance. To...
Veterans Parenting Toolkits
With the support of a small VA clinical education grant, a developmental psychologist, parenting expert psychologist, child clinical psychologist & family psychologist created 5 toolkits...
Military Wives' Stressful Disclosures to Their Deployed Husbands: The Role of Protective Buffering
This study combines the fever model with communication privacy management to examine the conditions under which military wives are likely to disclose their family stressors or engage in protective...
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