Relationship Tips For Staying Connected During Coronavirus | Omega

Many couples are feeling strained or tested right now as they juggle working, cooking, childcare, date nights, and more from home. If you’re feeling triggered or emotionally drained, here are some tried-and-true relationship suggestions from Omega experts to help you make it through sheltering in place.

  • Article

    How to Recognize & Deal With Emotional Triggers

    Recognizing Emotional Triggers

    It doesn't matter how often we meditate, we all get triggered at times, especially if we are spending a lot more time with our partner. Learn to recognize triggers and get some tools for handling these difficult emotions.
  • How Relationships Can Help Us Grow

    Harville Hendrix, founder of Imago Relationship Therapy, reminds us how relationships are not only a way to connect with your partner but a path toward personal healing and growth.
  • Article

    Cultivating Connection In Relationships

    Ways to Feel More Connected

    Are you around each other more, but still feeling disconnected or separate? Get some tips for being more present with one another from psychologist Daniel Goleman and psychotherapist Tara Bennett-Goleman.
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    Get Financially Naked With Your Partner

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    Getting Finances Out in the Open

    Feeling stressed about money? Manisha Thakor, founder and CEO of MoneyZen Wealth Management, offers advice to couples on money management and how to honestly communicate about money.
  • Article

    Relationship Troubles? Try a Little Tenderness

    Applying Compassion

    “We tend to think our partner needs or wants the same things we do....but that’s often not the case,” says therapist Michelle Becker. Learn how compassion practices can help your relationship thrive.
  • Making Your Fights Count

    Getting into arguments is a natural part of relationships, so you want to make fighting a win-win situation, say Stan Tatkin and Tracey Boldemann-Tatkin, codevelopers of the Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy. In this interview, they offer advice for preserving goodwill in your relationship, even when you are getting on each other's nerves.