Tag Archives: covid-19

Covid-19 and the Relationship Triangle

Do you feel imprisoned, quarantined? Today’s shelter-in-place orders are bringing pressures on couples, especially when it comes to keeping Romance Alive. I’ve reviewed many articles about the effects these restrictions have on couples. Some “experts” provide recommendations for enduring this … Continue reading

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Overcoming Obstacles to Romance

How am I supposed to be romantic when I can’t even touch my sweetheart? For many, this is a genuine issue. There are real barriers to physical contact. Countless couple have become too familiar with terms like travel restrictions, shelter … Continue reading

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Romance In Spite of Upheaval

As I write this, our world has been discombobulated. I’m working from a home office, and grateful I can. Social interactions are text messages, emails and phone conversations. Church is a virtual experience on my computer or TV. The world … Continue reading

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