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Conflicts are not necessarily bad or negative. They can also be positive if we use them as coping mechanisms for challenging moments and relationships with the people around us.

Everything in our routine is new, and we have to accept this demanding reality. Families in isolation had to adjust and find a balance between work and family moments.

It’s normal to feel anxious and overwhelmed. It’s also normal if you feel frustrated and more irritable than usual, especially with the ones that are closer to you — your family, which could lead to conflicts. …


Catarina Peixoto

Operations @ Psychologist, loves music and sports.

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