Twelve Pearls of Relationship Wisdom for These Touchy Times

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Have you noticed that, in these stressful pandemic times of uncertainty and fear, people tend to get irritated at each other a lot?

And that relationships, seldom totally smooth and trouble-free, can seem more problematic than ever?

No, this is not going to be a long analysis of the reasons and patterns of our present-day social malaise…

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Karine Schomer

Karine Schomer

I explore the worlds of society, politics, culture, history, civilizations, language, life lessons— wherever curiosity takes me. karineschomer@cmct.net

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