In the middle of the Pocono Mountains, families are learning to survive–and not just in the wilderness. Wounded, ill, and injured service members..
It’s no secret that military families face a unique set of stressors. Deployments and frequent moves, sometimes across continents and oceans, add la..
While Paul Rieckhoff, founder and CEO of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA), stood in front of 22 American Flags, he proudly recapped t..
Over the last few years, one of my close friends did a tour in the Middle East with the Army. We met through a buddy that we both knew, and our frie..
As new parents, we take every opportunity we can to go see movies, and when American Sniper was released, we quickly bought our tickets ahead of t..
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and each day, military families face this silent war in their own homes. Over the last five years, the..
September 11, 2001—the day our Nation stood still. The day that seemed as if it would never pass. The day that started the longest war in our countr..
Today, many military spouses are taking on a new role besides wife and mom. That new unexpected role is called caregiver. Never in a million years d..
June 27th is PTSD Awareness Day. We are sharing Annie’s journey of readjusting to life with her husband’s PTSD diagnosis. Signs and symptoms of PTSD..
My husband has been an infantry officer in the Marine Corps for nearly 15 years.
Between 2003 and 2009, he completed three combat deployments to Ir..