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Military Caregivers Can Get Support and Community Through Online Program

When a loved one serves in our military, it is a family affair. Service often means extended periods of time away from family for training, assignments and deployments. That time away takes a toll on both service members and those who love them. And, when the unimaginable happens – an injury or traumatic event encountered…

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#MyDeploymentStory: A Pink Warrior Angel for Breast Cancer

  Story by Julie Moser, Military Spouse, Breast Cancer Survivor & Co-Founder of Pink Warrior Angels DIAGNOSIS: 3 DAYS PRE-DEPLOYMENT October 28, 2013 is a date that I will always remember without needing to think about it, like a birthdate or wedding anniversary.  October 28, 2013 is the day the words “you have cancer” escaped my doctor’s lips. October 28, 2013…

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Pride & Honor: A Poem By Military Child Mitchell Adkins

Remarkable is this journey as far as I see. Made in America – yes, that is me. Son of a Patriot – proudly to be. The devotion, the strength – the fabric worn free. My life has been quite different, and that I would not trade. New friends around the world, what a blessing our…

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Helping Military Children Cope with an Injured Parent

My Dad Got Hurt. What Can I Do? Story by Brunella Costagliola and Dr. Jerid Fisher It was a very cold February in Minot, North Dakota and I was trying my best to put a positive spin on the -50 degrees Fahrenheit weather for my two children, who kept asking me why they couldn’t go play outside.…

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