Families take many forms and can be organized in different ways. No matter the make-up of your family, take time to focus on creating strong family bonds. It can help your family to thrive. Try one or more of these tips to create strong family bonds that lead to a resilient family. Cook and eat together as often as possible. When you cook and share a meal, it encourages cooperation, promotes healthier eating and engages families in conversation.
The Child and Youth, Exceptional Family Member, and School Liaison programs are available to partner with your family on your resilience journey. The mission of these programs is to care for, strengthen, and inform all families.
Resilience is a term we hear a lot, but what does it mean? How do we become resilient in both our military and personal lives?
As a leader, Marine, family member, or peer, we all face obstacles that require adaptation and may cause us to shift from our norms. What can we do as a community to be collectively resilient?
Childcare providers can help build resilience in children by strengthening the provider/child relationship for children and youth.