The first coronavirus stay-at-home orders were issued two and a half months ago. Non-essential workers were directed not to leave their homes except for necessary errands (like grocery shopping or medical treatment). For many couples, especially in coastal cities where exorbitant real estate and rent prices often mean tight quarters, the forced togetherness may be wearing thin. In fact, pundits — and some sociologists — predict a rise in divorce rates when this is all over.

To pass the time or perhaps to avoid each other (see above), more people are streaming more entertainment than ever before. Last month, Netflix announced its biggest quarter ever, with nearly 16 million new subscribers. And other subscription services report similar growth. 

Whether or not you’re contemplating divorce yourself (and I sincerely hope things…

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