Help for Military Children During Moves

Being a former military brat, I can completely understand the frustrations that military children have. Having to move every year or so while attempting to make new friends, understand the new school’s teaching path, and adjusting to time-zone differences are just a few of the issues. It makes you feel as though you are alone on this journey with not even your parents or your teachers being able to help. Needless to say, whenever my parents received word of a new duty assignment, I wasn’t remotely pleased (most of the time at least).

This is precisely why the military offers resources for children during this hectic time-frame. And the Pentagon Channel explains what those resources are.

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