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The COVID-19 pandemic rapidly is overwhelming us, causing fear, anxiety and stress with so many unknowns and unanswered questions.
If you are worried, panicked or scared, you are not alone. Here is some advice to help alleviate your fears, manage your stress and cope more effectively with this pandemic that is consuming everyone’s life – physically and emotionally.
No doubt about it—we’re living in frightening times, times few of us have ever before experienced. The world has changed overnight, it seems, and, unless you’ve been living with your head in the sand, we are facing a serious public health crisis.
I especially am concerned about families unexpectedly having to spend more time together. Some do fine with this extended proximity, but others find themselves dealing with increased stress levels and unresolved issues from the past that become magnified. Being cooped up can sometimes bring out the worst in us.
More than one in five Americans engages in a consensual, non-monogamous relationship, also known as an open relationship.
An open relationship is one in which two people in an ongoing relationship are not exclusive with one another and agree to the possibility of having a relationship with another person.
A message from Joe Kort, PhD, LMSW, clinical director, The Center for Relationship and Sexual Health
At The Center for Relationship and Sexual Health and Joe Kort and Associates, our team is committed to providing you uninterrupted care, support and services during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Joe Kort, PhD, LMSW, founder of The Center for Relationship and Sexual Health, recently was interviewed by Rob St. Mary, host and producer of a podcast called WWJ in Depth. He talked about love and relationships in the modern world. Below are a few highlights from the podcast:
@drjoekort @TonyOrlando Happy Birthday Tony Orlando! Thank you for all the wonderful music and television you added to pop cul… https://t.co/sO93UvEDea
@drjoekort Grab your significant other, your favorite drink & join me for a #discussion on #facebook as I go ‘After Dark!’ Thi… https://t.co/WeGmxIcyw2