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From DMA Europe By Airman 1st Class Brian Gratz Many people think that talking with a mental health professional is a sign of weakness in the individual seeking counseling, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. While many people …
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Video from the Pentagon Channel These days, it seems as though there is an app for everything.  For service members and veterans with post-traumatic stress this app called “Breathe2Relax” is one key to managing stress and coping with the psychological pain.  Handheld …
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CDR Christopher L. Hunter, Ph.D. ABPP DoD Program Manager for Behavioral Health in Primary Care Office of the Chief Medical Officer, TMA The holiday season can be especially challenging for military families.  More than most Americans, families of deployed service …
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From www.realwarriors.net The holidays are a great time to reconnect with family and friends and spend time with your loved ones, but the holidays can also be difficult. For service members who are coping with invisible wounds – including members …
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Video by the Defense Media Activity Hometown News The transition back to a pre-deployment lifestyle can be a stressful time for the entire family if not handled correctly.  Fleet Activities Sasebo family support center hosted a return and reunion seminar …
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