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“Learn Tips & Techniques That Will Help You and Your Family Cope With the Hardships of Pre-Deployments and Deployment”


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Pre-Deployment and Deployment
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“Learn Tips & Techniques That Will Help You and Your Family Cope With the Hardships of Pre-Deployments and Deployment”
Pre - Deployment and Deployment Advice That Helps Make a Difference…
  • Don’t Be Fake Be Real – If the emotional stress of deployment is getting to you then do not pretend to act as if everything is ok when it's really not. Find someone you can trust and confide in. Someone you feel comfortable sharing your true emotions with on a regular basis. Just because you are, a soldier does not mean you have to act like a tough person all the time. You not alone I guarantee everyone feel the same way you do.  
  • (Me Time) Is Very Important Especially If You are Married - When you are away from each other for long periods at a time a lot can change between two people. That is why it is vital to make sure the both of you have some quality time together when you are home. Try to have a plan in place to have someone watch your children on occasion so that you can have some alone time.
  • Church - Do not be embarrassed to ask your church or synagogue how they can help you through the tough times you may experience during deployment. Ask for suggestions, advice, tips etc… Having someone from your church or synagogue to help you and keep up with how you are doing...regularly is extremely beneficial and it will help you tremendously during the hardships you may experience during deployment.
  • Depression - Plan a coping strategy for when you are feeling down and you are not your normal 100% self. Depression can dig you in a deep hole so when you begin to feel down try to pick up the phone and get some emotional back up. Get out of the house and get involved in your community. Feelings a self-accomplishment goes a long way. It is hard to ask for help when you are struggling with depression, but if you notice the signs of depression occurring tackle it before it tackles you. Close friends and family can be a great support.
  • You Are What You Eat (Diet) - Eat healthy and do not skip meals. The food you put in your body plays a big role in how you feel and skip meals. Skipping meals makes a person nervous, alter the way you act, and even get you sick. 
  • Creating A Journal - Consider writing a journal. You and your spouse will treasure this and it will help you emotionally cope with the many struggles you are encountering.
  • Are You Going To Move Home With Your Family, Stay at the Military Installation? Each situation is unique. Consider the level of support you and your family will receive with each option. The military community tends to offer more emotional support from others who have been there...done that. Moving home may provide more hands on support if you are working full time.
Join Support Groups- Seek out others who are going through the same thing and understand what you are going through. Even if you are not near a military installation, there are ways to connect with others, and it will help you tremendously in the long run
ü Army Wife Network - - Army Wife Network is the leading website for Army wives, by Army wives. We boast the only internet talk radio show designed specifically for military spouses – Army Wife Talk Radio – in its fifth year of broadcasting!
ü Cafe Mom - - CafeMom is a place for moms and moms-to-be to connect with one another. Visit CafeMom and join the moms who are already sharing, supporting, and having fun with one another at CafeMom. Cafe Mom has various military-related groups you can join.
ü Christian Military Wives - - Staying strong through Christ. Includes Blog Central, Chat Room, Soldier Wall, daily devotions. Message Board allows you to connect with current and prior military wives. Pray for each other, share devotions, and find someone who appreciates your jokes, stories, recipes and more...
ü CinCHouse - - An acronym for “Commander in Chief of the House,” is the Internet’s largest community of military wives and women in uniform. Pronounced 'sink- house', we represent the "Commanders in Chief of the House', including girlfriends, fiancées, mom, sisters and all other women who live the military lifestyle. CinCHouse's mission is to provide information, resources, and a community of friends to help you survive the toughest times and enjoy the adventures of military life. You CAN do all this while progressing in your career, continuing your education, raising your children and pursuing your dreams. CinCHouse features terrific articles on everything about military life, from dealing with deployment to relocating your job. Our extensive forums and chat rooms are filled with military wives located around the world and online 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We also provide unique tools for family readiness groups and spouse leaders to attract new members, retain them, and create a terrific community around each command. Ultimately, we have fun with contests and silly stuff that keeps things light.
ü Coastie Chicks - – This is an un-official United States Coast Guard support group. This site is intended for Coast Guard Spouses, but anyone associated with the Coast Guard may participate. It is wonderful to be able to share your lives with each other. There are continuous changes and frustrations in your daily lives and this site will give you a way to relax and take a break from it all. Friendship and support are a necessity of life that is why Coastie Chicks was formed. This site offers an abundance of information and experience from many spouses. If you need answers to your many questions about being a CG Spouse, the Coast Guard Spouse Handbook and Sea Legs can help you with those questions. Do you have questions dealing with the mysteries of Boot Camp? Are you facing a tough decision whether to stay in the Coast Guard or get out? Read the Pros and Cons from the Spouses that live the life.
ü Defender's Own - - Defender’s Own was created to serve the military community and to bring as much value as possible to the lives of our members every day. As military family members, the people in this site are passionate about providing a useful, unique social communication platform, creating an environment that is supportive, informative, and safe so you feel comfortable sharing information about a wide variety of military topics. If you are looking to connect and share moral support, or make great friends who understand your lifestyle, Defender's Own is the place for you!
ü Facebook Groups - Facebook is a great way to stay connected with family and friends from all over the world! Facebook Groups are a great way to connect with others, post questions, comments. Some military-related groups include:
ü Going It Alone (for spouses with no children, grown children, etc.)
There is help all around you. Do not be afraid to ask for help. Asking for help is one of the hardest things for someone to do. People often feel like asking for help means that they are weak or not good enough, which is not the case. No one can be superman; everyone needs a hand once and a while. Asking for help does not make you any less of a person. Often it is harder to ask for help than to go on alone without it. Do not be afraid to ask, they there are hundreds of people more than willing to lend a hand or a shoulder to cry on and they all can relate to what you are going through. 

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