As post-pandemic dating changes occur, divorce rates could decline, psychotherapist says

Post-pandemic dating is changing courtship. In-person dating came mostly to a halt during the pandemic. Now that things are opening up, many people are still taking things slow.

The pandemic was a time for reflection. Maybe you learned more about your likes, dislikes, and what you want out of a relationship. When it comes to meeting someone new, asking yourself “Would I want to spend months of quarantine with this person?” is not unreasonable.

 

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