Adjusting to a move abroad can be hard for families, especially spouses. Often spouses leave respected careers, business networks and emotional support of family and friends. When duty calls and active-duty spouses go TDY or deploy, those broken ties are felt ten-fold.
Congratulations! Your teenager has been accepted to his college of choice — that’s a weight off of everyone’s shoulders. But now, the hard part: helping him prep for living independently, and overcoming the emotional hurdle of letting him go.
Good, rocky or somewhere in the middle, every relationship can benefit from tips, techniques and resources to help keep your relationship strong. Hey, even Casanova needed advice from time to time.
Adjusting to moving abroad can be hard for families, especially spouses. Often the spouse leaves a respected career, business networks and emotional support of family and friends. When duty calls again and active-duty spouses go TDY or on a deployment, those broken ties are felt ten-fold.
Thanks to today’s smaller, smarter, lighter and faster technology, you can easily stay connected to the people you love and services you’re accustomed to while living overseas. Understanding what your options are can help you choose the plans and services that fulfill your needs.
Military life can be exciting and frustrating at the same time. On April 18, the 21st Theater Sustainment Command (TSC) Chaplain Office will be hosting a Family Wellness and Leadership Training seminar at the Ramstein Officers’ Club.
If you’ve ever wondered how you can foster change in your community, then you might want to join forces with a team of facilitators whose primary mission is to empower people with resources they need to make a difference.