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Communication, networking reduce feelings of isolation
PERRY COUNTY - When soldiers deploy to faraway places, their family members take on responsibilities - and stresses - they previously shared among the spouses. Home or car repairs and other issues normally handled by one can seem daunting to another who hasn't dealt with them before. In a non-military community such as this one, a wife and mother left behind can feel overwhelmed and isolated.
That's why family-readiness groups exist, such as the one meeting at 6:30 p.m. today at the Tell City armory.
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