I’m a college kid, so late night talks and deadlines are part of my life. School’s back in session for me, and I’ve been doing a ton of writing as of late.
If it is worth dying for, then it is worth living for as well. Read on as DHA discusses a tough subject through personal stories and resources.
On today’s NEW mini-cast, Lindsey Rauch, our Deputy Director of Marketing, brings us some exciting and enlightening information straight from her Social Psychology classroom as she helps us relate information from leading Social Psychologists in the light of MilSpouse life. She shares stories that will challenge you to think before you judge.
You are not alone in our fight against suicide. Reach out if you need help and resources.
This piece is dedicated to anyone who knows the unique pain that suicide brings to our lives.
Don’t let a little rain get in the way of spending quality time with your people. Rain and other types of weather may drive you indoors, but get creative!
My plate is very full. I do a ton of studying, writing, exercising, working, and thinking (procrastinating). Many times it feels like I simply don’t have enough time for rest and relaxation. I believe many of my peers share this same feeling. I remember...
Dealing with mental health issues on your own can be tough. You wanna know what’s even harder? Helping someone you care about who struggles with the same problem.
In this week’s episode, Jolene McNutt will be talking to Sarah Otto about Ohana Homefront Foundation, a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization founded in 2021 to help close the gap regarding mental health awareness and suicide prevention within the military community.
Mission: Milspouse is a
501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
EIN Number: 88-1604492
P.O. Box 641341
El Paso, TX 79904