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6 tips to strengthen your marriage when you’re apart

There are ways to use the long distance to bring you closer together.

Long-distance relationships get a pretty bad rap. You don't get to see your partner for months on end. You have to trust them implicitly. Half the time, you live like you're single. For many military families, long-distance marriage is a necessary evil. It takes a strong partnership to handle it, but with dedication and communication, it's 100% possible.

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6 tips to solo parenting success

How to survive parenting when your partner is miles away

Whether your partner was already in the military when you met or just finished basic training yesterday, raising kids with a parent in the armed forces is a daunting task. You can have the best partner in the world and still feel like you're going it alone. There are bound to be plenty of challenges along the way, but that's what you sign up for when you become a parent- military spouse or not. Here's how to navigate the military parenting world and come out unscathed. (Well, mostly!)

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6 ways to support homeless veterans

The men and women who serve our country deserve our gratitude and our support, but historically they've received a whole lot less. Many veterans in recent decades have struggled to make a smooth return to civilian life, and the programs available to them were lacking. Thousands ended up on the street- a grievous injustice and betrayal to those who deserved our support the most.

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10 things that every soldier can do... can you?

One of the first steps to joining the military is completing a series of physical fitness tests. The bar is set high to keep members of the armed forces from getting injured in the line of duty. It's dangerous out in the field, and it's a lot more dangerous if you're too slow and weak to keep up!

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From battlefield to dad bod: How to get back in your fighting shape

So you used to be a lean, mean fighting machine and now? Well, now you kind of have a dad bod. The good news is, you're far from the only one. It's extremely common for veterans to put on weight after leaving the military, so it's nothing to feel embarrassed about. Here's why it's so common to fall out of shape after resuming civilian life, and how to use the skills you learned in service to get back on track.

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10 things you need to know about dating someone in the military

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