Is your live-in partner making you quaran-crazy? Are you crushing from afar and dreaming of the day when you can close that two meter social-distance? Or have you taken a self-isolation break from love completely to focus on yourself?
Settling into our new normal in Covid-19 times means making adjustments in every aspect of our lives, including dating. From the way we meet people to asking ourselves if we even should — here’s how romantic relationships are changing while we self-isolate across Canada.
It’s OK to take a break from dating
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Remember to respect boundaries
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Up the stakes — and pay attention to the response
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Self-isolation= self love
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Long distance difficulties
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Pro dating tip:Reserve some time to do your own things and keep in contact with loved ones so the together time doesn’t lead to your first qu-argument.
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Testing the waters
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The case of the ex
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