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By Lisa Cypers Kamen, Harvesting Happiness 4 Heroes In talking to many of our military wives the subject of being left behind troubles many of our service members’ families.  While the spouse is off fighting, and we want him to do our best, it’s often the unsung hero’s job to manage the home front. For […]

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By Lisa Cypers Kamen, Harvesting Happiness 4 Heroes If this is the first time that your loved one – be it a son, daughter, brother, sister, spouse, parent or friend – is deployed, you probably don’t know that there is a whole host of feelings that can be associated with this situation.  It’s helpful to […]

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By Lisa Cypers Kamen, Harvesting Happiness 4 Heroes We’ve all heard the term, “Get moving! We are burning daylight!” That can apply to us as well.  Service members are taught to take care of their bodies because they need to carry heavy items, walk long distances or travel and take care of themselves.  So emphasis […]

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By Lisa Cypers Kamen, Harvesting Happiness 4 Heroes There is an old adage that comes to mind when we think of military procedures.  You can’t know what you don’t know. It sounds trite and it probably is, but when it comes to happiness, you can’t know what you don’t know.  One of the things that […]

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