Experts explain mental state of military children

Being A Military Family

With one parent absent, household feels the effect Tri-County Times (August 10, 2018) Michael and Ashley Nick live in Linden with their four kids. Michael is in the Army National Guard and is often gone from home. Being a military family has instilled in the kids to always thank veterans and stand for the national…

Experts explain mental state of military children

Experts explain mental state of military children

They are strong and they are resilient. They are adaptable. They are well-travelled and fiercely patriotic. They are bright, inquisitive and eager to help out, whether that is at home or in their communities. They have advantages many kids do not: parents with jobs and steady incomes, health care, safe housing, good education systems and access to early intervention programs.