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How COVID-19 Affected Couples Who Live Together

WBEZ Investigative reporter Patrick Smith with his wife Mina.

Patrick Smith

How COVID-19 Affected Couples Who Live Together

For over a year, we were forced to adjust our work environment due to COVID-19. But for couples living together, they adjusted their living arrangements as well. So how are long term partners staying together and keeping the spark alive during these difficult times?

Reset checks in with a clinical psychologist on what to do to keep that spark alive. And a couple on how they’re keeping that spark alive for the last year.

GUESTS: Alexandra Solomon, clinical assistant professor and licensed clinical psychologist at The Family Institute at Northwestern University; author of Loving Bravely: Twenty Lessons of Self-Discovery to Help You Get the Love You Want

Patrick Smith, WBEZ criminal justice reporter

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