This month is Mental Health Awareness month – a time when the national spotlight is on mental illness and its effects on individuals, families and o..
It’s common knowledge that there’s a mental health crisis brewing in the United States. May is Mental Health Awareness month, but at the National Mi..
Prior to my husband’s last deployment, I had no direct contact with anyone who came home with PTSD. At least no one who was open about it, or even a..
Recently, I enjoyed a weekend getaway with my husband. We wandered in and out of beach front shops, miles away from a military base. It was nice to ..
If your service member experiences a traumatic event including combat, sexual assault, or death of a loved one, he or she may have a puzzling reacti..
This is Part 3 of a series explaining the National Military Family Association’s legislative priorities for 2013. Read Part 1 and Part 2 here.
Yesterday we covered how we determine our legislative focus for the year. Today, Part 2 in our series on explaining our priorities for 2013.
It’s always nice to know you have someone in your corner, someone you can count on who understands where you are coming from, someone who knows what..