By Loretta Parker

Marriage & Family Therapist

Young Family Portrait Through The Window Prevention Covid-19

With the COVID-19 pandemic, and cases increasing as the days go by, many couples and families have been confined in their homes. This confinement may cause a feeling of isolation that leads to a sense of loneliness.

Even people in relationships and marriage may come across different sets of challenges that they must have never faced before. And, the newfound problems can make people look out for marriage survival tips.

According to the American Psychology Association, there is evidence linking perceived social isolation with adverse health consequences, including depression, poor sleep quality, impaired executive function, accelerated cognitive decline, poor cardiovascular function, and impaired immunity at every stage of life.

As I have been working with clients during this time of uncertainty

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