Our global pandemic has resulted in terrible loneliness for some adults and way too much togetherness for others. With schools closed and legions of office employees working from home, families are glued together day in and day out. Add a dollop of nowhere to go, and we have a recipe for cranky children and grouchy adults. Even couples who get along famously, on a non-pandemic day, can get snarky during our forced home stay.
My wife Diane and I, in love for 47 years, bump into each other a little more than we’d like. Diane, a writer and a psychologist, has always worked from her... Read More