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ARTICLE: Divorce and Separation May Grow After Pandemic Quarantines
Divorce lawyers say a spike in the the number of divorce cases in America will result from the coronavirus pandemic… Read More >
ARTICLE: Divorce during coronavirus: Will splits soar after pandemic quarantines end?
Venus Nicolino,a relationship therapist and media personality, predicts future research will establish a direct connection between coronavirus and a surge in divorces…. Read More >
ARTICLE: Divorce during coronavirus: Will splits soar after pandemic quarantines end?
Just as we are seeing increases in domestic violence, anxiety, depression, unemployment, loss and grief, we will see an increase in divorce directly related to COVID-19…. Read More >
VIDEO: DR. V JOINS ACCESS HOLLYWOOD’S ACCESS DAILY TO HELP MARRIED COUPLES NAVIGATE QUARANTINE
ARTICLE: BREAKING UP DURING QUARANTINE IS UNIQUELY ISOLATING—HERE’S HOW TO NAVIGATE THE HEARTBREAK
Breakups almost always suck. Whether the decision was a long time coming or unexpected and sudden, the fallout often includes heartbreak—and sometimes a debilitating amount of it. Normally, there’s a whole slew of coping methods at your disposal… Read More >
ARTICLE: HOW TO DATE REMOTELY DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
While concern over the novel coronavirus slowly trickled in at the start of the new year, it was business as usual for the majority of the globe until suddenly everyone’s world came to a screeching halt around the beginning of March…. Read More >
ARTICLE: ANXIETY CAN HAVE SIMILAR SYMPTOMS TO THE CORONAVIRUS. HERE’S HOW TO TELL THE DIFFERENCE
As days in lockdown turn into weeks and cases of the novel coronavirus continue to grow, many people may feel overwhelmed with anxiety — both about what might happen in the future, and what could happen if they get sick… Read More >
ARTICLE: PERSONAL SPACE: HOW CLOSE IS TOO CLOSE?
Once upon a time (about two months ago), people greeted each other with handshakes and hugs. Now we keep our distance from friends and strangers alike, and the term “social distancing” has become as ubiquitous as “Alexa, turn on the TV… Read More >
ARTICLE: DON’T PUT OFF TALKING TO YOUR ROOMATE ABOUT SOCIAL DISTANCING
When residents were asked to start practicing social distancing measures in Boston, B.G. immediately complied. “I have high-risk folks in my family and one of my best friends is on immunosuppressants, which helps me understand the importance of protecting the most vulnerable members of our community,” B.G. told Healthline… Read More >
AUDIO: HOW TO DEAL WITH CORONAVIRUS ANXIETY IN BOTH ADULTS AND CHILDREN
Italian physicians send a warning about treating more patients in their homes, the CDC tries out a chatbot to help human doctors diagnose patients, and we hear a breakdown of states with the least amount of ICU beds.
VIDEO: HOW TO STAY SANE IN SELF-ISOLATION
VIDEO: COPING SKILLS DURING CORONAVIRUS & WHY WOMEN ARE MORE STRESSED THAN MEN
1 Response
  1. Antonio

    Will a mask stop someone from spreading the virus 100 percent of the time? Also can someone randomly be infected without coming into contact with someone?

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