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Practice Social Quiet! It Keeps Your Relationship Healthy

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If you are like most people quarantined with their partner, chances are that you have had a tiff or two, and being a keen observer of the human rage, I’d wager the tiffs have not hit their apex.

Here’s where I recommend a quarantine tactic that can help you flatten the argumentative curve so you can stay physically and emotionally healthy: Social Quiet.

Scientists have determined that the act of speaking can discharge droplets that spread a virus. Using the same ground rules for physical distancing, social quiet means if you are within six feet of your partner, you keep your thoughts to yourself.

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