The enforced togetherness required by social distancing has led couples to spend more time together than usual, a lot of it. And even for those that have strong, solid relationships, it’s been, well, a bit more than they’d like. 

It’s been a strain for many, and people in toxic relationships are especially at risk during this pandemic lockdown. Domestic abuse reports in London, for example, are up by a third. Too much time together can create tensions even under the best of conditions, like during vacations. And these current circumstances are far from ideal. Everyone worried, and boredom, anxiety, depression, and even dread are creating an unprecedented stress.

Not only are we worried about the virus, about our health and the health of friends and family, but we are now uncertain about the future of jobs, our children’s…

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