coping with stress

Managing Stress in the Civilian Workplace

Joining the civilian workforce following your military career can be both an exciting and stressful time.

Mind over Mood: Six Ways to Think Positively

Positive thinking can improve your mood and help you keep stress in check. Here are six ways you can turn negative thoughts into positive thoughts:

Understanding and Managing Anxiety Disorders

We all worry or feel anxious at times, but if these feelings interfere with daily activities you may want to check in with your health care provider.

Discussing your Psychological Health with a Provider

Making a plan to talk with a health care provider about your psychological health concerns is an important step toward improving your overall health.

Understanding Moral Injury

As a service member, you may encounter inner conflicts, ethical or moral challenges during deployments, special missions, or in the course of one’s duty. You may be required to act in ways that go against your moral beliefs or witness behaviors by others that make you feel uncomfortable.

Tips for National Guard and Reserve Members to Manage Stress

Stress can be a big part of military life, no matter what branch you support. But for National Guardsmen and reservists, the stressors you and your family face are unique.

Emergency Financial Resources to Relieve Stress

Financial emergencies can be stressful for service members, veterans and their families. When financial problems arise, it can cause a strain in family relationships.

Peer Support for Military Spouses

Connecting with peers can help improve your quality of life, promote wellness and build resiliency.

Peer Support for Military Spouses

Connecting with peers can help improve your quality of life, promote wellness and build resiliency.

Strategies for Managing Stress at Events

Experiencing stress during reintegration is common for those who have served in combat environments in Iraq, Afghanistan or elsewhere around the globe. Even the most seasoned and prepared warriors can experience common stress reactions after returning home from uncommonly challenging events.

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