YOU BEEN THINKING "HOW ON EARTH AM I GOING TO SURVIVE ANOTHER NEXT WEEK LIKE THIS?"
- SOMETIMES THE STRESSES CAUSED BY THE CORONAVIRUS ARE TOO MUCH FOR A FAMILY OR FOR A RELATIONSHIP TO ENDURE
- THERE ARE CHILDREN WHO ARE TRAPPED IN DOMESTIC CONFLICT SITUATIONS AND HAVE CALLED 911 FOR HELP
- IN SOME COUNTRIES, ABUSED PARTNERS ARE BEING RELOCATED TO VACANT HOTEL ROOMS TO ENSURE THEIR SAFETY
IF YOUR FAMILY, OR YOUR RELATIONSHIP REQUIRES NON-JUDGEMENTAL HELP AND SUPPORT, THEN PLEASE GET IN TOUCH
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As the coronavirus raged through China, Ms. Wu, a housewife in her 30s in southern Guangdong province, spent almost two months in isolation with her out-of-work spouse. They fought constantly. Wu, who declined to give her full name because she wants to protect her privacy, ticked off a familiar list of marital irritants, including money (too little), screen time (too much), and housework and child care (not evenly split). One particular annoyance was her husband’s habit of engaging their two children in play in the evening when they were supposed to be going to bed. “He’s the troublemaker in the house,” she says. “I don’t want to endure anymore. We’ve agreed to get a divorce, and the next thing is to find lawyers.”
... in the COVID-19 pandemic, but something much darker is happening behind closed doors in some homes as well.
It’s led to an increasing number of children calling 911 for help. “So what we’re seeing is two adults arguing, said Const. Gary O’Brien, media relations officer for Nanaimo RCMP. “But sadly we’re seeing children being subjected to these arguments that may lead to violence. That’s extremely concerning to us.” RCMP say in recent weeks there have been 29 calls for domestic violence and disturbances. That’s a third higher than usual.
Several officers report that fights started over COVID-19, and with many people laid off and schools closed, there’s real concern about the situations in those homes escalating.
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