Family quarantine guide: How to stay together, have alone time

The first two quarantine weeks might have been seen as blessing for families that never found enough time to bond. But now it's been over a month and nerves are frayed. The littlest things tick us off and everyone is on edge. How can families cope with the extended lockdown? Clinical psychologist and national social scientist Dr. Honey Carandang believes that even before we think of how to cope, we must identify what we are dealing with. "There's global crisis. We are dealing with something that has never happened. It's different from the disasters, traumas that we have dealt with," Carandang told Lifestyle in a phone interview. She is the founder of Mindfulness Love and ...Keep on reading: Family quarantine guide: How to stay together, have alone time

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