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The couple stands in a church with medical masks over their faces. The reverend stands between them, smiling.

Sussan Navabi (left) and Anna Carvlin (right) pose for their a wedding photo. The couple was married the day before Illinois’ “stay at home” order took effect.

How to stop the pandemic from killing your relationships

Many of our relationships seem to have gotten a little more challenging due to social distancing, video calls and the collective stress we’re all dealing with during the pandemic.

Reset gets some tips on how to stay connected to the people in your lives.

GUEST: Don Cole, clinical director at the Gottman Institute

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