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WILL DIVORCE RATES GO UP DURING AND AFTER CORONAVIRUS QUARANTINE? 7 Things to do to minimize …

Everyone needs personal time and their own space.

Due to coronavirus and the current shelter rule we have been subject to some severe limitations.

Common schedule before the quarantine:

Monday – Friday:

Wake up – (between 5am and 7am)

Work out/Breakfast/Taking kids to school/Other personal errands (between 5:30am and 8am)

Business hours (between 7am and 10pm)

Picking up kids from school/Work out/Meeting with friends/Other personal errands (between 5pm and 10pm)

Time with your spouse and kids (between 7pm and 11:59pm)

Weekends:

Wake up (Varies)

Work out/Breakfast/Taking kids to sport activities/Other personal errands (Varies)

Time with your spouse and kids – (Varies)

Common schedule after/during the quarantine:

Monday – Friday:

Stay at home with your spouse and kids – 24/7

Weekends:

Stay at home with your spouse and kids – 24/7

People no longer have places as office, gym, restaurants, theaters, etc. to “hide” from their kids and spouses. No place to go where you could take a break.

The worse part of this quarantine is that we don’t know how longer it is going to last and either it is possible to get back to where we were before. Is it really possible?

7 THINGS TO DO TO MINIMIZE CRISIS IN YOUR FAMILY AND TO AVOID DIVORCE DURING THE CURRENT SHELTER RULE:

1. Have your own daily schedule and follow it.

2. Don’t interfere with your spouse’s schedule.

Imagine that you only have ability to see what he/she is doing and cannot tell, direct, correct
him/her.

3. Don’t involve into arguments for no reason.

Either spouse can get cranky without no reason and there is no other person except you to
argue with.

4. Find a place where you can be alone when you need it.

If you feel annoyed by your spouse being around you so much, keep in mind that it is not
his/her fault.

5. Focus on things you need to accomplish every day and not on what your spouse doing or not doing.

When your spouse is at the office you don’t focus or think what she/he is doing, you are
working on your own tasks.

6. Find time to communicate to each other.

Don’t be scared and be honest to each other.

7. Find time to talk/play/teach your children together.

Both parents are responsible for well being of their children.

Please leave your comment below if you have any other suggestions which can help married people.

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Ms. Rogova, who is bilingual English-Russian, earned her law degrees from American and Russian universities. She earned her Russian law degree in 2003 and practiced law in Russia for over 7 years. Ms. Rogova has a broad range of legal experience in Russia such as contract litigation, corporate law, arbitration, real estate, and labor law. In addition to her law degree, in 2007 Ms. Rogova earned a Master of Finance degree.

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