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  • A Late Dose of Thursday Therapy

    05/06/2011 11:05:37 PM PDT · by TheConservativeCitizen
    The Constitution Club ^ | 05-05-11 | Regalo Di Spine
    Sometimes we all get stuck in a rut. Events around us seem to be ever-changing but we just can’t seem to motivate ourselves to change with them. We do the same things we have always done and we end up with the same results we always get and there just doesn’t seem to be a way break the routines with which we have saddled ourselves. If this is you, let us provide you with some ideas – gleaned from literally a fraction of an hour of research on the internet – tailored to your specific situation. Let us help you...
  • Support Helps Children Cope With Deployments

    03/10/2010 4:16:31 PM PST · by SandRat · 1 replies · 77+ views
    WASHINGTON, March 10, 2010 – Children with a strong nondeployed parent or caregiver and a solid support system have a better ability to cope with deployments, two recent studies have shown. Anita Chandra, a behavioral scientist from Rand Corp., and Leonard Wong, a research professor from the Army War College, highlighted the findings of these studies during testimony to the House Armed Services Committee yesterday. Both studies focused on military children ages 11 to 17. “We had a very strong relationship between the caregiver’s mental health and their ability to cope as well as the ability for their children to...
  • Kits help children cope with deployments

    12/23/2009 3:46:40 PM PST · by SandRat · 3 replies · 333+ views
    Air Force ^ | Tech. Sgt. Michael Voss, USAF
    12/23/2009 - RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany (AFNS) -- Each year thousands of military children are affected by either a mother or father deploying, and when this happened to the Choate family here, it sparked an idea helps prepare military children deal with deployments. In October, Maj. Eric Choate, an Air Operations Squadron Det. 1 delivery control officer, deployed leaving behind his wife, Dorothy, and their 7-year-old son, Philip. During the course of the six months away, Mrs. Choate, the 86th Services Squadron Family Member Programs chief, noticed that Philip was having a difficult time coping with the absence of his...
  • America Supports You: Sesame Street Teaches Troops' Kids Coping Skills

    04/26/2006 11:37:48 PM PDT · by SandRat · 8 replies · 416+ views
    America Supports You ^ | Paul X. Rutz
    WASHINGTON, April 26, 2006 – Elmo and his red, fuzzy father will star this summer in an effort to teach young military children and their caregivers how best to handle a parent's deployment in a program called "Talk, Listen, Connect: Helping Families Cope with Military Deployment." Sesame Street's Elmo and his dad tape a segment for "Talk, Listen, Connect," an outreach program for military families created by Sesame Workshop in New York, April 20. The bilingual DVD is part of a package of complimentary materials that will be made available to military families beginning July 2006. Photo by Richard...
  • Military 'Brats' Thrive While Coping With Challenges

    04/04/2006 4:49:00 PM PDT · by SandRat · 13 replies · 352+ views
    FORT SAM HOUSTON, Texas, April 4, 2006 – Deployed to Afghanistan for a year, Army Lt. Col. Timothy Newcomer will miss his son's prom, high school graduation and, a few months later, his departure to college. Army Sgt. 1st Class Eddie Mitchell shares a few minutes with his 6-year-old son, Desmond, April 4 at Desmond's school. Photo by Elaine Wilson  (Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available. But his son, Matt, is not upset in the least. "He loves to be a soldier, and if it makes him happy, it makes me happy," said Matt, a high school senior. "How...
  • DUmmie FUnnies 12-01-04 PM Edition ("How are you coping?")

    12/01/2004 6:41:33 PM PST · by PJ-Comix · 177 replies · 2,288+ views
    DUmmie FUnnies ^ | December 1, 2004 | DUmmies and PJ-Comix
    The Dummies are not taking the election loss at all easily as you can see in this DUmmie THREAD titled, “How are you coping?” It might have gone easier for the DUmmies if they didn’t act like the Coyote gleefully opening the Acme Co. exit polls package on Election Day which led them to gloatingly believe victory was imminent. But as in the cartoon, the Acme Co. package exploded in the DUmmie Coyote’s as the Republican Road Runner zoomed off into the distance to the victory line. BEEP! BEEP! As usual, the DUmmie comments coping with their loss are in...
  • ~Saying good bye~

    09/23/2003 6:48:59 PM PDT · by carlo3b · 334 replies · 3,163+ views
    CookingWithCarlo.com ^ | Sept 23, 2003 | Carlo3b Dad, Chef, Author
    ~Saying good bye~ Dealing with loss, and surviving...Learning to live with death, divorce, absence, separation, and change. Escaping uncertainty, fear, loneliness, bitterness, emptiness, anger or hate.Grief, and how to cope, is far too difficult a topic to stumble upon with simple words. No one, least of all me, could possibly understand the full range of pain, or the depth of emotion each of us feel at that dreadful moment when we experience a real loss. Dealing with the loss after all, is a vital first step on the long journey to healing. Each of us must confront this necessary...
  • "Personals" [HUMOR... Wet-yourself-silly ads by fictional smokers...]

    05/23/2003 8:39:18 AM PDT · by paulklenk · 27 replies · 234+ views
    The New Yorker ^ | May 19, 2003 | Bruce McCall
    PERSONALS by Bruce McCall Lonely ex-barfly in severe withdrawal needs to mooch smokes, preferably off ex-bartender. You bring the bar nuts, cocktail napkins, and swizzle sticks, I’ll tell the dirty jokes until the coffin nails run out or I fall off the stool. Lady deep inhaler, haggard, jumpy, no appetite, yearns to be totally hooked on a tobacco baron who’s into monogrammed silver cigarette cases and gold Dunhill butane lighters. Let’s share the joy of flying off on your personal Gulfstream jet to some paradise where the government runs the tobacco business, smoking our brains out all the way and...
  • Research Suggests People Found Ways to Channel Anger After Terrorist Attacks, but No Closure

    05/18/2002 7:21:10 PM PDT · by TomGuy · 8 replies · 223+ views
    ap ^ | May 18, 2002 | Will Lester
    Research Suggests People Found Ways to Channel Anger After Terrorist Attacks, but No Closure By Will Lester Associated Press Writer Published: May 18, 2002 ST. PETE BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Americans found ways to channel their anger over the Sept. 11 attacks and dealt more effectively with their emotions than people did after President Kennedy's assassination, researchers have found. Many, however, have yet to regain their sense of security as they balance new terror warnings from the government with encouragement that life will "return to normal." Researchers, who discussed the findings at the annual meeting of the American Association for...