The couple's guide to surviving quarantine without breaking up
How to manage love on lockdown
As preventative measures for coronavirus are kicking in, many are choosing to self-isolate to help slow the spread, and others because they may have been exposed. Whichever it is, people around the world are now faced with the task of managing relationships with partners while in close quarters for weeks on end with little access to the outside world.
Quarantined times tend to intensify emotions and outcomes, which psychologists are saying could result in a baby boom, or higher divorce rates. One city in China is reported to have a record high number of divorce requests, which sources say is likely due to couples kept in quarantine.
Looking to avoid a similar fate? Click through for some helpful tips on how to stay united in this time of isolation.
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