• Nov 30, 2020 2:28 pm
  • 16:46 mins

All of the extra time we have spent at home this year has proved interesting, right? We’ve been productive and learned new skills, and also lazy as we binged new shows. We’ve felt motivated, and then discouraged. Our skin has never looked better, and yet it has struggled other days. And then there’s our relationships! By spending almost all of our time together, some relationships have flourished, and others have taken a hit. For many, the pandemic has caused stress with unemployment and extra at-home responsibilities. And for others, the time together has emphasized habits and behaviors you were once able to overlook. Whatever your situation, and whether your relationship is on the rocks or not, we’ve enlisted the help of an expert with over 40 years of experience conducting couple’s therapy to share advice on how to nourish our relationships. Here with us today is Joan Childs.