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We are now in each other’s space 24/7 and wondering if we can do this one more day.
At first, you may have enjoyed being together as a family all day.
Now you may hunger for your own space for at least a few hours a day, without any sound from the spouse, children and pets. Tempers may be getting short, and patience is almost nonexistent. You may be hearing “I’m bored” from the kids.
If you’re running out of ideas and things to do, how are you going to survive this sheltering in place as a family?
Some ideas to reboot and up your family game are to make a family film, write a book together, have a dance party, work out together, or prepare and cook meals as a family.
Here are a few more ideas:
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration says it’s important to focus on what’s important, not what you’re missing. They also suggest that you:
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