I am a soccer mom to two cool kids, a third-grade teacher, yogi, and the sponsor of a Navy warship.
Recently-released results of two surveys point to an interesting theory worth pursuing about the steady decline of our troops' morale over the years.
Blogger and former military spouse Lisa Smith Molinari explores the culture of fear and how it has shaped generations of children.
“In four months, he trained with another recruit and lost 100 pounds. ...He changed his life just so he could serve."
Studies have shown that military families can develop chronic, severe grief symptoms that last for years. A new study is attempting to help these families cope with grief with the use of a new app.
Sure, the dramatic twists and turns can be hokey and unrealistic in the context of "General Hospital," but the concept that “just about anything is possible” can be motivating to a young military spouse facing the tedious challenges of running a household alone.
In theory, marriage should be the perfect balance of power between two parties. But in reality, marriage is often an adversarial system, requiring the two parties to regularly negotiate resolutions to conflicts.
Every time I hear the gut-wrenching statistic that twenty military veterans commit suicide every day, my throat catches. The shocking reality that more lives have been lost to veteran suicide …