The pandemic has hit individuals from all walks of life, from the virus itself to the social and economic fallout from the lockdowns. Families are at home more than ever due to remote work and education to unemployment, and that closeness can have its positives and negatives. A big negative has been the rise in divorce rates, from couples who had shaky marriages leading up to the pandemic to fairly happy marriages that fell apart. Dr. Toni Bisconti is a psychology professor at the University of Akron, and she shared some tips on how to handle stress inside the home. According to Dr. Bisconti, couples have not had this much togetherness in proximity before, and it is imperative for folks to have some alone time.