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Avoiding Breakup And Divorce Post Lockdown By Sara Davison

It’s perhaps unsurprising that the collateral damage of lockdown has seen a record spike in divorce inquiries around the world with UK family law firms reporting an average surge of more than 40% during and since quarantine. These patterns have been replicated in China and Sweden. What’s more, relationship experts and academics are predicting that the pandemic-induced break-up curve may not even have peaked yet.  The chronic stress we have all been under during Covid-19 has placed couples under enormous and sustained pressure. The pandemic has thrust domestic arrangements and frustrations into sharp focus and its burden is made all…


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