Here’s the latest batch of articles for military families, posted on my about.com mini site.
As the military families expert for about.com, I’m always on the lookout for organizations, programs, and practical advice and strategies that can help our military servicemembers, spouses, and kids.
If you have any suggestions, recommendations, and even guest posts, I’d love to share them with our readers. So please email me.
In the meantime, feel free to peruse the site, http://militaryfamily.about.com/
I just posted a new batch of articles for military families on about.com.
This month I covered: the many ways deployment affects parents and children, strategies to help kids keep busy when a parent is deployed, understanding–and handling–rebellious teen behavior, how to make a temporary home feel like a permanent one–something many military families struggle with, and overcoming the challenges of long-distance relationships.
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My latest articles for military families are up on my mini site on about.com. Here’s what’s new this month:
What military families need to know to find the perfect home. (a guest post from AHRN.com)
The ins, outs, upside downs of VA Loans
How military spouses can avoid getting sucked into the destructive, dangerous rumor mill.
Family planning for military families: When’s the right time to start planning for a baby? Is there even such a thing as “right time”?
As about.com’s military families expert, I post several new articles every month.
If there’s a specific topic you’d like us to address here–or if you’d like to write a guest post, please let me know!
Here are the new articles for October:
Finding a Job After the Military
Making the transition from military culture to civilian culture isn’t easy–especially when you need to find a job using the skills, knowledge, and experience you acquired in the service. Here’s what you need to know to make the process a success
Preparing for Emergencies
Statistically speaking, military families–which tend to move a lot more frequently than civilian families–have a higher risk of experiencing some kind of natural disaster. This article will help you prepare so you and your family aren’t caught off guard.
Taking advantage of state military foundations
The federal government has many programs but they can’t resolve all the issues military families face. Fortunately, many states have their own military family foundations that can help. Here’s why you should strongly consider working with one of these great organizations.
Boot Camp for Military Spouses
Whether you’re a newlywed or an old pro, having a spouse join the military and start basic training can be challenging, to say the least. You’re a military spouse now, so here’s what you need to know–and the benefits that are avaialable to you.
As some of you may know, I’m About.com’s expert on military families. Here are the latest articles: