Many couples have reported that intimacy with their spouse has taken a hit due to the pandemic. Feeling disconnected? Ask yourself why that may be and what can you do to feel close and connected with your mate?
What happens when you and your mate don’t agree on how the safety protocols for this pandemic should be followed? How do you navigate your differences and move forward together?
In times of chronic stress, many couples report that they are fighting more frequently. When we feel out of control of our future, when we feel constricted, when our routines change, we often feel a heightened level of stress and agitation. So, what can you do to get along better and work more as a “team?”
Is your marriage being impacted by the stress created by the pandemic? Here are five things you can do that will reduce stress and help you feel more connected.
In uncertain times, it is important to know that there are things we can do to help ourselves get centered when the future is unknown. Come read about some ways to cope during these times.
Being sheltered-in-place is a unique experience for our children. It is likely your kids have sensed some level of concern, so creating a safe space for your kids to talk and process their feelings is vital to their emotional health. Come check out some tips to help you navigate those conversations.