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Journal Entry ECMAScript programMoving in together? Talk finances.
It’s an exciting time when you’re ready to combine households with your significant other. Should you combine finances too? Learn how to start the “money talk.”
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Journal EntrySet and attain team goals
Warfighters know it’s important that their units/groups stick together. Find out how cooperating with others and setting team goals help achieve team success.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsCreate healthy team environments
Learn how creating healthy team environments can foster performance, well-being, and morale.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsBoost communication with “I” statements
This Valentine’s Day, take a deeper look at what it means to use “I” statements when communicating with your loved ones. Learn about the “I” statement basics.
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Journal EntryCreate a productive space for family meetings
Optimize your family meeting time by creating a positive space to share thoughts, feelings, and concerns.
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Journal EntryHow to plan your family meetings
Family meetings can build cohesion and improve communication with your loved ones. Learn how to get started!
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Journal Entry chemical/x-mdl-rdfileUse assertive communication and be heard
Practice assertive communication in your relationships to express your opinions, convey respect, and be heard.
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Journal Entry Troff documentConnect and communicate with eye contact
Look into my eyes! Eye contact plays an important role in starting your conversations and maintaining social connections.
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Journal EntryFlexibility: One key to family resilience
Learn how to be more flexible in your relationships with loved ones.
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Journal EntryNoise pollution and hearing loss
Helicopter propellers, jet engines, explosions, moving vehicles, gunfire, and more—all sources of noise pollution that troops may experience in the line of duty—can affect your hearing.
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