Tag Archives: relationships

Are You Ready for a Post-COVID Dating Tsunami?

By | April 30, 2021

To many people, it may seem like common sense to cut back on dating partners during a pandemic. But to evolutionary psychologists, this is the “behavioral immune system” at work — an unconscious set of behaviors that protect us in the face of an infectious disease threat. A pre-COVID study from Montreal’s McGill University found that people… Read More »

Pandemic Drives Couples to Divorce or to Seek Help

By | December 7, 2020

Susan Myres, JD, president, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML); founding principal, Myres & Associates, PLLC, Houston. Peter Walzer, JD, founding partner, Walzer-Melcher, LLP, Los Angeles; immediate past-president, AAML. Cheryl Hepfer, JD, principal, Offit Kurman, Bethesda, MD.   Tina Timm, PhD, LMFT, associate professor, Michigan State University School of Social Work, East Lansing. Paula Pietromonaco, PhD, professor emerita, Department… Read More »