COVID: Divorce and Abuse are Up and Birth Rates are Down

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Playing COVID: Divorce and Abuse are Up and Birth Rates are Down

How is COVID impacting our relationships? Divorce rates are spiking and we’re not even in “divorce season,” shares psychiatrist Dr. Ish Major. Chemical and physical abuse are also all on the rise. Plus, people are putting off having children. The prediction is there will be 500,000 fewer births in the United States in a year – a 13.8 percent drop from 2019.

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