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

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Parenting conflicts

This can be an interesting time for parents who, before the pandemic, were the ones who were mostly away from the home, and not very involved in the day-to-day activities of the child-rearing. If they’re now the ones in the position to handle things like bedtime and mealtime, this can at first feel stressful – they’re out of their element. But Dr. Louis encourages parents in that position to look at the positive. “For the parent who wasn’t as involved, it’s an opportunity to deepen their relationship with their child now more than ever. When your children grow up and are out of the house, they’re going to remember these moments”

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