Life Events and Experiences
Veterans experience a range of life events, opportunities, and challenges after they leave the military. It doesn’t matter if you served close to home or overseas; during World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, a current conflict, or in peacetime; you may be facing situations in your life that are difficult. You might be looking for solutions to relationship issues. Perhaps entering civilian life or going back to school has been a tougher adjustment than you thought. You may have concerns about your job or a new phase of life such as retirement from the workforce or carrying on after the death of someone close to you. If challenging times in your life are affecting your relationships, work, or daily activities, there are resources and support available to help you cope and improve your quality of life.
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Relationships have a major impact on life. If you are dealing with family and relationship challenges, there are services and resources for Veterans that can help. It can get better.
Adjusting from military service to civilian life can be both exciting and challenging. There are steps you can take and resources available to help you make the transition a success.
There are services for you if you find grief over the death of a friend or family member is interfering with your relationships, work, physical health, or ability to get through the day.
Concerns about jobs and employment can interfere with your relationships, physical and emotional health, or the ability to get through the day. Support is available to help Veterans address job-related issues that may be impacting their lives.
Retirement and aging don’t have to be stressful. Staying healthy and keeping a positive outlook can help getting older remain an enjoyable experience.