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What can I do to alleviate stress associated with reunions once my Soldier returns from his/her deployment?  
Deployments, and reunions following a deplolyment, can be very stressful on families but there are things you can do prior to your Soldier's return and even after his/her return to alleviate some of this stress. Take advantage of any reunion classes that are offered (if any) in your local military community prior to your Soldier's return. Your Soldier will have the opportunity to participate in them as well. They can provide you with great tips for having a successful reunion and can also help you and your spouse develop realistic expectations for the reunion period. Additionally, recognize that you both may have changed/grown during your time apart so expect some adjustments to occur in your family life. Try to maintain some normalcy in your life and communicate with each other. There are many resources you can turn to in your military and civilian community such as your chaplain and family health provider.
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