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Guest Post by Rachel Heffington

Self-care is truly important. As a caregiver and someone who carries the weight of the world on my shoulders (as my mother says), I have to make sure I’m taking care of me. A recent phone call with mom ended with “so what are you doing to take care of you?” It’s a good question. […]

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Top 5 Ways to Communicate Better in Long Distance Relationships

by Guest Blogger Jennifer Craig

Wondering if long distance relationships can thrive? How can you communicate better with your partner who is miles away? There are many different aspects to cultivating healthier and more meaningful communication. With expert insight and understanding, here are the top five ways in which you can communicate better with your partner, no matter the distance. Listen […]

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Management Training and Professional Development for Military Spouses is Easy and Free at Fort Bliss

Fort Bliss Family & Morale, Welfare and Recreation

My job as the Director of Family Ministries at First Presbyterian Church requires a certain degree of management skills. I am directly responsible for 5 employees, 2 interns, and over 50 volunteers. This is not a skill that comes naturally to me, nor is it one I picked up in school (BA in English and […]

Bridging the Communication Gap in Military Marriages

A Book Review of Corie Weather's Sacred Spaces

When you get married the last thing you expect is separate addresses. Military deployments send two people in two very different directions. It is not just the time and geography that separate us. People change throughout the course of a year and unshared experiences send you in two very different directions. Corie Weathers captures this […]

Book Review of Sacred Spaces by Corie Weathers a journey to the heart of military marriages