Posted by the T2 Public Affairs Office on September 28, 2017

Moving to a new state or country. Starting classes in a new school. A mom or dad leaving home for a deployment.

For a child, changes like these can be daunting. But for military children, these challenges also present tremendous opportunities. More than most kids, those in military families get to experience life in...

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Posted by Dr. Julie Kinn on September 15, 2017

I hate using the phone. Wait, no ― I love using the phone, I just hate talking on it. This post is for all our readers who would rather [insert something you hate to do] than answer the phone. Whether it’s due to anxiety, busy schedules or because we're out of practice, many of us rarely speak by phone these days.

Here are a few tips...

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Posted by the T2 Public Affairs Office on August 27, 2017

Back-to-school season is an exciting time for kids. For many, it signals a fresh start — a new backpack, new clothes, new teachers, new friends, maybe even a new school. But the transition can also be difficult, particularly for students in military families.

This fall, many military kids will be going to a new school in a...

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Posted by the T2 Public Affairs Office on August 16, 2017

“You’re just always thinking about the other person and never, ever thinking about yourself. You don't realize exactly how much of yourself you are giving. It’s not until you stop and you do something for yourself that you realize, ‘Hey, I really did need this.’ And it rejuvenates you. And in turn you can then give more to the...

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Posted by David Bradshaw, clinical psychologist and yoga instructor, on August 2, 2017

We’ve all heard the saying “Give a person a fish and you’ve fed one person; teach a person to fish and you’ve fed them for a lifetime.”

I just read a story about Justin Blazejewski, a Marine veteran who in searching for ways to manage his posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was led to teaching...

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