Alcoholism is a chronic, progressive disease that may be fatal if untreated; however, people can and do recover. It is estimated that as many as 20 million individuals are currently living lives in recovery!
Seeking help for depression or PTSD is actually a sign of strength. Here is one avenue to reach out to.
Research in a recent article by the National Institute on Drug Abuse revealed while substance use generally begins during the adolescent years, there are known biological, psychological, social, and environmental factors that contribute to the risk that begin accumulating as early as the (prenatal through age 8) period.
There are a lot of different ways that children and teens communicate electronically. Check out some of these apps and features you might want to keep on your radar, as well as tips to talk to your kids about their social media usage.
Feeling stressed or like your life is out of control? Tackle it by doing something you do have power over: breathing.
Learn how to relieve stress and improve resiliency by practicing mindfulness.
When most people hear “spring cleaning,” they picture their overstuffed closets and messy garages, but what about the kitchen? Spring cleaning usually means getting rid of the junk that we don’t need; there is a lot of junk (junk food) in our kitchen that our bodies don’t need either.
You asked about outdoor adventuring and physical training, so our expert, Marybeth Lemaire from MCB Lejeune responded to your questions.
Congratulations to the 2020 winner of the Exceptional Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) Victim Advocate (VA) of the Year Award.
Spousal coverage under the Family Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance (FSGLI) program doesn’t have to be permanent. Following certain life events, spouses have the option of conversion, which is a process that allows individuals to transfer their existing group coverage to an individual life policy without the need to provide evidence of good health.