Posted by on September 14, 2021 6:58 pm
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DPA   People generally don’t show their best side in a crisis like the pandemic. In times like these, unresolved conflicts become particularly clear. Christin Klose/dpa

The coronavirus crisis has put a serious strain on many aspects of our lives. Many couples’ relationship has been sorely tested too.

“Like a fire accelerant,” crises intensify unresolved conflicts, points out Dominik Borde, a relationship coach in Vienna.

He’s not the only couples therapist expecting a wave of break-ups and divorces on the back of the Covid-19 pandemic. Berlin-based psychotherapist Holger Kuntze, for example, reports a veritable stampede for counselling by couples with relationship problems. The number has increased by more than a third, he says.

This doesn’t surprise the therapists. For one thing, people


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