Through camps and regular events, children build bonds and learn resilience.
War changes people. It’s an unfortunate truth that families of deployed service men and women have to deal with. Whether it’s a submarine officer under water for six weeks or a marine overseas for 12 months, often times the soldier who left home does not resemble the one who returns, in the same way families change and adapt without that person in their day-to-day lives. Sometimes coming home can be more difficult than going to war, for all parties involved. Professor Adrian Blow, a family and marriage therapist and Associate Professor at Michigan State, has been working with Star Behavioral