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UNLV relationship therapist Katherine Hertlein offers strategies for singles and newly dating, longtime cohabitating, married, separated, and divorced partners to navigate quarantine conflict.
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A coronavirus pandemic could result in an increase in the number of divorces amid an increase in fertility, predicts Katherine Hertlein, professor at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas.
Life and how we interact with each other has changed a lot lately.
About three weeks into the shelter-in-place order by Gov. Steve Sisolak, I found myself wide awake at 2 a.m., reading The New York Times. I had been following the pandemic updates there as much as in the local news. I lived in New York City for more than a decade before moving here, and I worried about friends and former colleagues.
In recent years, thanks to celebrities like Chrissy Teigen and Serena Williams opening up about their struggles, we’re seeing more discussion around all perinatal mood or anxiety disorders (PMAD), which are experienced by up to 25% of women in the U.S.
Whether it’s anxieties about health and work, cabin fever settling in, or the kids not sitting down for the Zoom school lessons, COVID-19 is creating a recipe for domestic strain.
If we’ve had an abundance of any one thing during this pandemic, it’s time: time to think about what we’re missing and what we plan to do whenever this ends.