COVID-19 has given new meaning to "bringing your work home with you." Whether it's one spouse working from home or both, people's homes have turned into office spaces.

In fact, many couples often feel like coworkers in their own homes. And, for many couples, they are trying to balance this with time spent taking care of their children.

"Working from home can be difficult and can take time to adjust, especially if you are juggling multiple tasks at home," says Hannah Comeaux, a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. "Balancing work and home life can be a challenge."

Hannah Comeaux offers these tips to help with the transition during the Coronavirus pandemic:


Balance Working from Home During the Pandemic


Have you had too much togetherness with your significant other during this Coronavirus Pandemic? Even the best relationships need tips and reminders on de-escalating conflict when stress starts to affect your relationship.

Hannah Comeaux offers these tips for helping your marriage flourish during the stress of the Coronavirus pandemic.

Helping Your Marriage Flourish and Decreasing Conflict


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