Keeping Kids Close During Deployment

5 military-family tips that ignite conversation and combat sadness

P161 croppedDeployment — whether it’s the first or fifteenth time — is difficult on a family. When a loved one is called to service, the spouse and children are often left battling feelings that range from extreme pride and love, to loneliness, anger, even resentment. Despite these feelings, families who understand each other’s feelings and needs can maintain good communication.

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Five Components of Psychologically Healthy Workplaces

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Psychologically healthy workplaces promote employee health and well-being while maximizing organizational performance.  According to the American Psychological Association, a psychologically healthy workplace consists of five elements: employee involvement, work-life balance, employee recognition, employee growth and development, and health and safety.

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