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Preventing Teen Alcohol/Drug Use When You're Not Around

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Keeping teens from alcohol and drugs is no small task. For working parents, the summer months can present an even tougher challenge. Knowing where your teen is—and who he is with is critical. Here are four strategies for keeping in touch with your teen over the summer months.

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Challenges for Children of Deployed Soldiers

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It can be a stressful time when parents are serving abroad. And the very young may not be able to tell you what they’re feeling. Hear some advice from experts on how to spot trouble.

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Planting A Family Garden

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Planting a garden can be a great family activity that also promotes the environment.

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Staying Calm in an Emergency

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You know you should stay calm during an emergency, but how do you do that?

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TumbleBook for Beginning Readers

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This online library of animated, talking, picture books helping kids learn to read, build vocabulary, and have fun.

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Tips for Late Tax Filers

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If you are not ready to file by the IRS April deadline, you can file for an automatic 180 day extension. Taxpayers who choose to use the automatic extension will need to file their return by October 15, 2014.

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Children, Youth and Teens

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What aspect of growing up in a military family do you find most challenging?

Parent's deployment
Frequent moves, in general
Changing schools often
Living on a base
Other aspects of the military culture
Several of the above
None of the above
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