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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...
Posttraumatic stress symptoms among National Guard soldiers deployed to Iraq: Associations with parenting behaviors and couple adjustment.
Objective: In this article, we report findings from a 1-year longitudinal study examining the impact of change in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms following combat deployment on National...
Spouses's ability to cope with deployment and adjust to Air Force Family demands.
Using data from 34,381 Air Force active-duty members, the current study examines active-duty members’ perceptions of their spouse’s or significant other’s ability to cope with deployment of unknown...
Stressful Experiences, Coping Strategies, and Predictors of Health-related Outcomes among Wives of Deployed Military Servicemen
A survey of military wives (N = 77) identifies their most stressful experiences, self-appraised control over these stressors, and coping strategies used. The authors examine two competing hypotheses...
Exploring Stress and Coping Strategies among National Guard Spouses during Times of Deployment: A Research Note.
Studies on active duty military families indicate that deployment disrupts normal functioning of the family. Scholars still, however, lack the necessary knowledge to fully grasp the impact that the...
Determinants of Health-Promoting Behaviors in Military Spouses During Deployment Separation
The purpose of this research was to describe predictors of participation in health-promoting behaviors among military spouses. A total of 105 female spouses of currently deployed active duty military...
Family Reintegration Difficulties and Couples Therapy for Military Veterans and Their Spouses.
There is compelling evidence that mental health problems complicate the process of family reintegration of military service members after a wartime deployment. Couples in which one spouse has...
Finding Common Ground: A Toolkit for Communities Supporting Military Families
This toolkit suggests easily-achievable action items and useful resources to guide anyone who wants to support military families, but doesn’t know where to start. Identify yourself in one of the...
Survey of Army Families VI (2010)
The Survey of Army Families (SAF) is one way to assess the effectiveness of the Army’s support for Soldiers and their Families. SAF is an Army-wide survey conducted every 4 to 5 years by the U.S.
JOINING FORCES” INITIATIVE TO SUPPORT AMERICA’S MILITARY FAMILIES
Joining Forces is a national initiative to support and honor America’s Service Members and their families. The initiative aims to educate, challenge, and spark action from all sectors of our society...
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