How to keep your relationship healthy during the pandemic

Togetherness getting to be too much? A Johns Hopkins expert shares tips for partners isolating at home

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You love your significant other, and both of you want to avoid the coronavirus involved in the global pandemic, and COVID-19, the disease it causes. So you're isolating yourselves at home.

After several weeks, you might find that all that extra togetherness is overwhelming. How do you maintain harmony and not drive each other crazy?

On the Johns Hopkins Medicine website, Chris Kraft, a psychologist and expert in relationships and sexuality, shares some tips and encouragement for couples waiting out the pandemic together.

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