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  • Writer's pictureMairead Molloy

Pressure cooker ‘waiting to blow’ ....

Courtesy of CNBC.

As couples self-isolate due to coronavirus, lawyers expect a rise in divorces...

For some, life in lockdown due to the coronavirus may feel similar to holidays like Christmas — but that’s not necessarily a good thing, as prolonged periods together can prove make or break for a relationship. 

This was the argument made by leading U.K. divorce lawyer Baroness Fiona Shackleton of Belgravia in the U.K.’s parliament last week. She said that lawyers in the sector had predicted a likely rise in divorce rates following “self-imposed confinement.” 

Take time for yourself, press pause, communicate effectively, sometimes just being quiet is the best for of communication. And most important talk to someone if you feel things are getting out of hand.

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