Warrior Spirit Mission Homefront For Peer to Peer / Friends / Family

As friends and families reunite, or as they wish to further connect and understand one another, Warrior Spirit Mission Homefront can be the perfect resource to increase resilience and well-being.

Leaving Your Military Unit, Returning to the Family Unit

After months or years apart, settling back into your family and community can have unexpected road bumps. Warrior Spirit Mission Homefront for peers and families helps the individual find their place and feel more connected to those around them.

Situations a Veteran Deals with After Service

Building Trust

 Opening up about, and processing many different aspects of military service with peers and loved ones; those who want to understand can pave the way for deeper and more connected and fluid relationships moving forward.

Regain Comfort & Joy

Often, Service Members and Veterans don’t know where to begin to talk about their experiences of military service. Warrior Spirit Mission Homefront is a turbocharged icebreaker that asks the right questions and creates the fuel for quality conversations.

Transition with Compassion

Returning back home after service can be disorienting and confusing. In the process of struggling with Who am I now? Warrior Spirit helps Service Members and Veterans figure out who they have become and nurtures a positive and affirming identity that surrounds the Service Member’s military experience with meaning, compassion, and camaraderie.

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These sample questions will give you an idea of how the game can strengthen the family, help you relate to one another, and give a sense of unity and camaraderie.

  • What are you proudest of about being a Service Member? Or about being a Service Member’s loved one?
  • Describe the worst uniformed Service Member in your unit, and what they wore.
  • Do you like who you are better before military service, or after? Explain.
  • Draw an abstract picture on how you felt about coming home.
  • What does it mean for you to be a Warrior among civilians?
  • What new capacities did you discover in yourself during military service?
  • What color best describes you experience during military service? Why?
  • If you were a mentor, what is the most important advice you would give to a Service Member returning home?
  • Do you think differently of courage since being in military service? Explain.
  • What do you miss about being in military service?

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