Don't let COVID-19 ruin your relationships
Our message of hope is for everyone: human connection is still possible and vital.
In these unprecedented times of facing worldwide health and economic concerns due to COVID-19, there is a powerful solution to fear, loneliness, and stress, and it is available to everyone. The solution is healthy relationships.
We reject the phrase social distancing because it deprives us of what we need most. We suggest calling the mandate physical distancing and practice social connecting. Healthy relationships and connections will strengthen your immune system as a defense against the virus.
Safe Conversations can be practiced in-person as well as by video, call, or text. Social connecting is still possible even with physical distance.
See Below for Quick Video Tips
Our founders have been recording quick tips to help you stay connected during these uncertain times.
Seven Tips For Talking About The COVID-19 Vaccine With Loved Ones
Things have felt pretty polarized lately. Ironically, that’s the one thing we all seem to agree on. But few things have stirred as much controversy, anxiety, and outright vitriol as … Read More
COVID-19 Relationship Tip #21
A caring behavior is something someone does for you that when they do it, you feel cared about and loved. It’s not something you ask for, it’s something that’s offered … Read More
COVID-19 Relationship Tip #20
Take some time to breathe deeply and give each other eye contact. First, relax into 2-3 deep breaths. People wonder why it’s important, and they feel like they don’t have … Read More
COVID-19 – Relationship Tip #19
If you live with a health care worker, or if you know someone who is a health care worker, our suggestion for today is to give them an appreciation. You … Read More
COVID-19 Relationship Tip #18
Look around you and see if you can find anything in this environment that you can be grateful for. Put that gratitude in words and express it to someone. … Read More
COVID-19 Relationship Tip #17
Today, we’ve got some brain science for you. The brain has different sections, including a lower brain and an upper brain. The lower brain is where the “fight or flight” … Read More
COVID-19 Relationship Tip #16
It’s easy to feel polarized. Maybe there’s an air of “My way or the highway” in your conversations. Perhaps the goal of conversations has been for one person to win … Read More
COVID-19 Relationship Tip #15
Taking negativity out of your relationship is hard when you are quarantined at home because people get frustrated. You must learn to have fun, laugh, and be silly! Give appreciations. … Read More
COVID-19 Relationship Tip #14
Many people right now are experiencing sadness or grief. And many are facing sickness or loss. Here is how Safe Conversations can help in these times. When you want or … Read More
COVID-19 Relationship Tip #13
What if you want to feel safe, but you don’t because of something someone did or said? You might feel anxious, you might stuff it down, and then you might … Read More