It’s tough to raise a family and work a full-time job when there isn’t a pandemic. But parents are getting creative to help keep their families on track while working from home. NBC10’s Deanna Durante reports.
As the coronavirus pandemic winds on and families hunker down at home, many will experience strain on their relationship. Spending time with friends and family is normally a way for couples to deflect that stress, but many couples are losing that outlet, explained Niro Feliciano, a cognitive psychotherapist based in Wilton, Connecticut, whose upcoming podcast, Coping With The New Normal of...
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