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50 Coronavirus Self-Care Tips

Scientists warned that the United States would soon become the country hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic. That moment arrived today, March 26, 2020. I have been combing the internet to find therapy

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11 Pragmatic Ways to Avoid Marital Stress with Work and Kids at Home

How to Share a Workspace, Chores, and Kids We’re hearing reports from all over that marital stress is escalating. This is particularly true for couples who both work from home and have kids underfoot.

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You Got This!…How to Build Resilience in the Time of Coronavirus

What is Resilience? Many of us want to learn how to build resilience during these tough times. Don’t worry…you got this! But first, we need to define what we are talking about? What is resilience? Resilience

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I Don’t Love You Anymore…and Now We’re Suffering in Place

In the Near Future…a Wife Emails Her Husband Future: August 23, 2020 Dear Joe, Before this all happened, we were just about to lawyer up. Who would have guessed the world as we know it would end…at

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11 Best Practices for Cooped Up Couples in Home Quarantine

Are You a Cooped Up Couple Who Can’t Work from Home? Many couples aren’t working from home because they can’t. Main Street is shut down. First, their livelihoods were obliterated, and

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12 Best Practices for Suddenly Working from Home

Self-Care Best Practices for Suddenly Working From Home Create an Ergonomic Workspace Are you suddenly working from home? One of the best ways to maintain a work/home boundary is to set up a dedicated

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Larks and Owls…and Coronavirus

Larks and Owls…and Coronavirus I know there’s a lot on your plate right now. Here’s something you probably know already, but I’m going to invite you to look at it in a different way. Are

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Managing Family Stress and the Spillover Effect while Suddenly Working from Home

A Sudden Experiment for Millions of Americans Many of us are hunkering down, and now suddenly working from home. Managing the Spillover Effect and family stress will be an incredible challenge. Millions

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Couples and Covid-19

This guest post is from my friend and mentor Michele Weiner-Davis. Couples and Covid-19 Several weeks ago, I told my husband about my plan to shop for food and supplies in case the Coronavirus reached

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“I Know You’d Rather See Someone in Person”: Facing a Pandemic Before You’re Forced To

Yesterday, I made a dramatic move.I postponed every in-person couples therapy retreat that had been scheduled with my clinicians in the months to come. And these couples are upset. They've

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