2017 Military Family Support Programming Survey

2017 Military Family Support Programming Survey

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Image: – Voice your concerns about family support programs you rely on most and what your needs are. – Macho Spouse

 

Here is a great opportunity to voice your concerns...or not. These surveys are very important for future generations of military families!

Survey open October 9th - November 12th


Voice your concerns about family support programs you rely on most and what your needs are.

https://militaryfamilyadvisorynetwork.org/survey/

 

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Man to Man with Tim Blake: Re-Integration

Tim shares some unique advice on how he and his wife handle re-integration after a deployment.  Tim's well thought out plan and his ability to articulate it, makes this video a Macho Spouse favorite!  (Run Time: 11:28...long, but worth it)

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PTSD in the Family

The following article on PTSD was written by American Military University faculty member, Craig Gilman.

June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) states that “PTSD affects about 7.7 million American adults, but it can occur at any age, including childhood. Women are more likely to develop PTSD than men, and there is some evidence that susceptibility to the disorder may run in families.”

Male spouses should note that statistics indicate their female spouses are more likely to develop PTSD than men. All parents should realize that children are susceptible, as well. Visit the NIMH PTSD site for a comprehensive overview of the causes, symptoms, treatments and tips for living with PTSD. If you suspect a loved one might suffer from PTSD, professional diagnosis and counseling should be strongly pursued.   



 

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