Being the primary caregiver of a family member with special needs can make it difficult to find time for self-care or to find a community who understands your lifestyle and the unique stressors and demands of caregiving. EFMP can help!
The importance of caring for yourself is equally as great as caring for your loved ones. As a caregiver, it’s important to practice self-care to be at your best for your loved ones. That’s where the EFMP can help.
The best way to ensure everyone starts the holidays off on the right foot is by managing the expectations your kids have about how the holiday season, especially when things may look a little different. Whatever your holiday season looks like, there are ways to help your child adjust to any differences this year.
The holidays are a magical time for children. Make the most of your child’s holiday break. Show them how to find their holiday spirit.
The holidays are a break from school, but learning doesn’t have to stop. Keep your kids interested in learning over their holiday break.
Dealing with a deployment during the holiday season? Here are a few tips to help you and your family keep the holiday spirit alive despite being separated.
Need a little self-care? Try these self-care tips.
It is more important than ever to practice self-care. It should be a priority for everyone to maintain their physical, emotional, and mental health. Marine Corps Family Team Building (MCFTB) offers many workshops that help you improve your self-care.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Since its creation in 1989, October has been a time to build awareness around domestic abuse and be a voice for the survivors of domestic abuse. If you or someone you know is experiencing physical, sexual, or emotional abuse, there are resources available.
Feeling safe and respected, both emotionally and physically, in a relationship is an important part of a healthy relationship. Relationships naturally grow and change over time. In healthy relationships, those involved feel listened to, safe, supported, and respected no matter the season of your relationship.