Readiness implies that each person is prepared physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Consider the following and strive to achieve these low-risk choices.
The new school year is in full swing. Now is the time to assess how things are going and decide if things are going well or if some adjustments need to be made.
Military life is stressful and can present many different challenges. Build your resiliency with MCCS programs and services.
Parents and children benefit from forging strong connections with each other, but military families can face unique challenges in building and maintaining these relationships.
Like anything worth having, positive relationship building takes time and effort. Parents have to invest in building dynamic relationships with their children that will span their lifetime.
Military families face unique challenges from relocation to inconsistent medical care due to PCS, and lack of community which can all impact your child’s weight. Marine Corps Community Services offers programs at military installations to help parents combat the emotional, social, and physical impacts of military life from fitness and sports to recreational programs and camps.
Excellent communication is more than knowing how to speak with others. The Marine Corps Family Team Building (MCFTB) workshop Say What focuses on the importance of listening, and offers tips on how to become a better listener.
The EFMP lending library has many great items that can be loaned to supplement your household during the transition. The library includes books, sensory items, and assistive devices for EFMP families.
School Age Care (SAC) offers kids from five to twelve years old opportunities to experience various fun, engaging, and age-appropriate activities.
It is not always easy to talk with your children about money. But how else will they learn the life lessons and skills they need?