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Moving With Family: 5 Tips For Making The Transition Less Stressful

Moving to a new place with your family can be a challenging undertaking. It can be one of the most difficult things you may have to undertake in your entire life. With all the things that should be done before the relocation day, the process can be extremely stressful for all the family members.  Luckily,Continue Reading “Moving With Family: 5 Tips For Making The Transition Less Stressful”

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COVID-19 Resources for Military Families

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10 Ways To Fall in Love With Your Spouse All Over Again

When you have been with your spouse for a long time, we tend to get stuck in the everyday routine of life and lose the connection that once brought you together. If you have children, it’s very difficult to forget where being a parent ends, and where you as a couple begin. Many of usContinue Reading “10 Ways To Fall in Love With Your Spouse All Over Again”

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Keeping a Military Marriage Strong Is Not Impossible

Marriage, in general, is tough. Throw in deployments, solo parenting, reintegration and you will quickly learn just how challenging military marriage can be. My husband and I have both learned this throughout 15 years of marriage. Learning to put your marriage first isn’t a difficult task, but one that comes with a lot of lessons,Continue Reading “Keeping a Military Marriage Strong Is Not Impossible”