It’s Not You. It’s The Pandemic. The Truth About The Relationship Issues You May Be Experiencing Now

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Night owls and early birds

If one person is an early bird and used to leave for the office but now works from home, they could disturb the one who is used to sleeping in and having a quiet home in the mornings. Dr. Louis states “Couples who are thriving are understanding. They’re patient. They’re extending each other grace.” So maybe that’s about being quiet while a partner sleeps in a bit. Or wearing earplugs if one partner must make some noise to do their work in the morning.

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