Military Families Face High Levels of Stress and Anxiety

It is not just highly driven health care professionals, corporate executives, or even artists and performers who experience stress and anxiety. As part of a military family, you know firsthand that stress and anxiety are physical, emotional and psychological problems that can have a negative impact on your marriage. As...

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Military Men and Women, Your Marriage Can Work!

Despite what statistics may indicate and what societal pressures may be for couples who are in a military marriage, the fact is that it can work for you. It’s easy to miss the stories of families who are sticking together despite the statistics that seem to work against them. Here...

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Marriage is a Balancing Act

Marriage is not a ritual or an end. It is a long, intricate, intimate dance together and nothing matters more than your own sense of balance and your choice of partner—Amy Bloom. Military families are not unlike thousands of couples around the country in that they struggle with communication. The...

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How Healthy is Your Marriage

Are you married and in the military or married to military? You already know that the best relationships are friendships that bring out the best and hold you up during the worst. Do you want to see how well you understand your partner and their view of the world? Let’s...

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How Parents Can Work as a Team in Child Rearing

As a member of the military past or present, you likely spend, or have spent, much time away from your family, leaving your spouse with the day-to-day task of establishing parenting ground rules for your kids. If you’re a military spouse, you’re probably used to making all of the day-to-day...

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Welcome to the Centurion’s Watch Blog!

As founder of our faith-based, nonprofit organization, I’d like to tell you a little about our mission and how we came to be. Technically, the idea for Centurion’s Watch was birthed when I was deployed in Iraq from 2004 to 2005. As a US Army chaplain, I ministered to soldiers...

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