Updated: Feb 11
The pandemic has changed not just the way we live, but the way we love and date. An article that appeared in the New York Times last May noted that "coronavirus has slowed things down. This pandemic has forced singles to return to more traditional wooing: getting to know someone before the kissing starts. I’m hopeful that these rediscovered and emerging modes of dating will give singles additional time to select a truly appropriate mate as well as enable romance and attachment to develop slowly — even flourish long term."
Even couples who have been together for a long time may have found their relationships under unprecedented strain brought about by the lockdown. Others may have rediscovered the joys of intimacy under confinement.
The Happiness Doctor, Lia Bernardo will guide you through resources you can use for creating your own heaven on earth even during these uncertain and stressful times