Episode 99 – Is Your Marriage Immune to COVID?
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How has your marriage or relationship weathered the pandemic? Did it bring you closer together? Are you one of the 45% of couples who faced stress because of financial difficulties during the past year and a half? Or are you one of the 51% of couples whose relationship has deepened during the pandemic? Relationships can be strained in the best of times. Being quarantined with the one you love for nearly two years has brought a lot of insights to relationships all over the world. On today’s Tuesday People episode, host Mitch Albom and producer Lisa Goich discuss love in the time of COVID, and how you can reignite those flames that once burned bright.
Covid wouldn’t of changed my marriage by much other than having this virus around. My husband and I spent most of our time together anyway. He was disabled and couldn’t work the latter years of his life. So we would spend time together. Early on we visited family but we did most things together. I even took up hunting and learned how to fish. We rarely ever spent time with others just ourselves and family for the most part. So yeah when I learned that marriages were falling apart because of the time spent together I thought that was sad in that to me you get married to spend time together and enjoy each others company. I can’t see having a spouse spend a lot of time traveling or out of town. I would not want to be married to someone like that. I would love to have a good friendship with someone now that I am widowed. Not rule out getting married again but it isn’t really necessary. I enjoy my independence.