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Are You Seeing Your S.O. Or Loved Ones In A Whole New Light Thanks To COVID-19?




Junior Doctors Jared Leggett and Amy Kitchen watch a film on an iPad, whilst living in a temporary motorhome in the hospital carpark.
Junior Doctors Jared Leggett and Amy Kitchen watch a film on an iPad, whilst living in a temporary motorhome in the hospital carpark.
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In the new normal of the coronavirus, many people are spending way more  time with their partners and loved ones who live in the same household. Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a stay at home order across California in mid-March as an effort to protect public health and help hospitals. 

While this can be a test of patience to (maybe numerous) annoying habits or quirks you had never noticed before, it can also be a time for recognizing different pleasant qualities of the people you love. For example, Larry Mantle has noticed the thoughtfulness his wife Kristen puts into her work as a speech pathologist. It was something he wasn’t in a position to see before stay-at-home orders went into effect.

Today on AirTalk we want to hear from you about your experience living and working from home with your significant other or loved ones. What are you seeing now that you hadn’t seen before? Are you noticing their work ethic? Maybe their kindness? Tell us all about it by calling 866-893-5722.