Therapists say many couples are disagreeing over their comfort level with exposure and willingness to take risks with the coronavirus pandemic.
"Working from home with your partner is basically not speaking for 7 hours and then shouting, 'We could preserve lemons' across the apartment at 4:15 p.m."
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"I just let my wife cut my hair and honestly the only difference between her and my barber is the amount of times she said whoops."
"How can we properly mourn the loss of a black person who has lost their life while sitting next to someone who can never know that deep-seated grief?"
HuffPost spoke with several couples about how they’ve coped with being separated from each other during the pandemic, and what advice they have for others.
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Actors Scott Evans and Augustus Prew hope the rom-com will be a warm antidote to the "overwhelming nihilism" viewers are experiencing in self-isolation.
They don't really agree on much, but it's cute anyway.