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Romance and Communication in the Digital World
Michelle Drouin Ph.D.
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In a global pandemic, some people will die. Social distancing may change the way we mourn, but we can still grieve and support others.
Stuck inside with little to do? Feeling the urge to reach out to an ex? A relationship researcher gives sound reasons to resist that urge.
Will a global pandemic and social distancing spell the end of the illicit love affair? In the age of technology, the answer is probably "no."
Before you get in an argument with your teen or young adult about social distancing, you may want to read this.
Do you think someone might have their eye on you for a future relationship? There's only one way to know for sure.
Michelle Drouin, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology at Purdue University Fort Wayne and Senior Research Scientist at Parkview's Mirro Center for Research and Innovation.