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Over the past few weeks, the world has begun to look dramatically different. Many people are still adjusting to restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the coronavirus, separating the things they want from those they need. What is essential during a pandemic?
For these couples, the answer was clear: marriage. These tales of hurried weddings remind us that even during a crisis, love prevails. And, if you are a couple in need of a marriage license, here’s where you can still get one — for now.
While some are haunted by the inescapable news surrounding the coronavirus, a widow whose husband died just before the outbreak welcomes the distraction. In this week’s Modern Love essay, Bette Ann Moskowitz finds a new perspective on death and embraces her next chapter with hope while self-isolating in the home she once shared with her husband of 56 years.
Not sure you’ll get through self-isolation with your partner? Here are some tips to help you nurture your relationship and find meaningful ways to stay connected during these uncertain times.
Stay at home, stay healthy and stay connected.