Tuesday June 2, 2020

How to beat the cost of loving

Living alone is challenging right now. Living with someone . . . well, it’s got its disadvantages too. As week four of staying indoors beckons, Sarah Taaffe-Maguire asks a trio of relationship experts to share their tips on making romantic relationships work while in confinement

5th April, 2020
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Sarah Taaffe-Maguire asks a trio of relationship experts to share their tips on making romantic relationships work while in confinement

Michelle Murray is a mental health occupational therapist and founder of Anchor Therapy Mental Health Services in Dublin

Being forced to spend an indefinite time with your partner can be a challenge for many. The coronavirus has shifted you into a new reality of being at home with your partner all day, day after day. Communication and routine are key elements to helping you navigate the next few months in isolation.

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