Family hugging their family member who is wearing a military uniform.

Life changes and transitional periods are one of the biggest risk factors for behavioral health-related problems in children. Whether your child is starting middle school, welcoming a new sibling to the family, dealing with parental divorce or experiencing a parent’s military deployment, change can be stressful for everyone involved. While you may not be able to control the change from happening, or prevent the feelings that come with it, there are ways you can lend comfort and help your child cope in a healthy way.


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