How to Maintain A Relationship During Quarantine
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How to Maintain A Relationship During Quarantine

It's hard being in a relationship —especially with someone new— is difficult in times like these.

How to Maintain A Relationship During Quarantine

With the Coronavirus pandemic, it has been essential for every individual to be self quarantined in order to reduce the spread of this virus. Unfortunately, I have seen a lot of younger adults at the beach for spring break or partying without caring about what is going on. Although a healthy young adult will probably be okay if they get sick, they can still be carriers of it. Then, it can be spread to someone who might have an immune deficiency.

With all of this happening, I have had friends asking me how they can maintain their relationships when they can't see their significant other. It's hard for them, especially the ones starting with someone new.

Here are some ideas of how to self-quarantine while maintaining this relationship:

1. Quarantine and chill

Lol, this one is kind of hard because it can really only be safe if neither party has been exposed to someone with the virus.

2. Watch Netflix with them online

"Netflixparty" gives Netflix the capability of watching Netflix with friends online. There is even a chat section on the side. This allows for a cute, long-distance movie night date.

3. Facetime

Technology advances woo hoo! Facetime for lunch or dinner, or even for late night chat.

4. Snapchat

Share cute pictures about your day.

5. Tik Tok

Duet each other's videos and become a Tik Tok couple.

6. Share a playlist

Show them how much you care by putting together a playlist.

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