Self-Isolation, Tension, and How to Get Through It Together - Emma Grace Brown
As the majority of the country continues on with self-isolation and stay-at-home orders, tensions are flaring, particularly in households where one or both adults are working at home for the first time.
Add a couple of children that might not understand what’s happening around them, and you have a recipe for an open-ended round of anxiety.
If you’re looking for ways to avoid tension and anxiety, keep reading for some tips.
Back in March, many of us went from spending around 10 hours each day away from home to suddenly being inside with every member of our household around the clock.
If your days and nights are starting to bleed together, now’s the perfect time to find a new activity for your family to enjoy together.
Coronavirus is a polarizing topic, and not just in the media. Many couples now find themselves looking at the current crisis with very different opinions.
Upgrade your space.
If the pandemic has proven one thing for many families it is that they do not have nearly enough space for their growing brood.
The pandemic is stressful in and of itself.