10 Tips For Couples Dealing With The Lockdown Blues

10 Tips For Couples Dealing With The Lockdown Blues

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It’s been months since you last saw your significant other (SO). And as much as you miss them, you just can’t see them yet because you are cooperating with the country’s efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19).

For now, you are left with the power of technology. We are left with virtual communication because that is one of the few available mediums right now.

So, every now and then you and your SO do your best to deal with this period in the most positive way. However, sometimes the quarantine gets the best of you and then suddenly, nostalgia hits. You miss them more than ever.

There is a term invented on the internet called, “LockDown Relationship”, a nod to the long-distance relationship. This pandemic had couples (who are not living together) feeling as if they are countries apart, except it’s just cities. So close yet so far, right?

In this article, you will find tips on how to cope with the pandemic as a couple:

1. Know their schedule.

Sure, you are already familiar with their schedule before then, but this time might have some changes. Being aware of your SO’s routines is important in managing expectations for situations like this.

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