Has the pandemic helped your love life or hindered it?

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Most of us have been self-quarantining, or at least staying home, since March. Have you been isolated with a partner during this time or have you been alone? If you’ve been with your partner, has it made your relationship stronger or weaker?

For those of you who may have been in the world of online dating before the pandemic, how has not being able to see people affected you? Are you still finding ways to connect with others online?

Please tell us in the poll below how the pandemic has either helped or hindered your love life. Leave a comment too if you’d like.

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Cindy
1 month ago

Well, my college aged daughter is now home 24/7, so I have to say “hindered”. No private time at all.

steve s.
1 month ago

We wondered what it would be like when we retired and it was the both of us, all the time, together, day after day after day.
We wondered if we would get bored with each other.
We wondered if we would get tired of each other
Now we know and it is great.
My best friend.

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
1 month ago
Reply to  steve s.

That’s sweet, Steve. Sounds like a Hallmark card. 😀 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Gene Bjerke
1 month ago

You need to add a choice: “None of your business.”

wrayj2
1 month ago
Reply to  Gene Bjerke

Gene, I believe that answer would be “do not reply.”

Ron L
1 month ago

Define “love life”. After 55 years of marriage to the same person, sex is pretty much a thing of the past; however, as for love, I would lay down my life for her in a split second and can’t imagine living without her. That’s my “love life”.

ChuckC
1 month ago

Will the next generation be known as quarenteens.

Bob Weinfurt
1 month ago
Reply to  ChuckC

Yup, starting in 2034

Barbara Brooker
1 month ago

We sometimes get too busy and do not pay that much attention to each other but with all this downtime it has been great having a playmate that I enjoy spending time with. We like each other all the time but this pandemic seems to accentuate it.

Linda
1 month ago

It will be interesting to see how the birth rate changes starting in December of this year! 😉😃😂

James Shoe
1 month ago
Reply to  Linda

My wife works in Labor & Delivery and she says the same thing. Dec. through Feb. are usually the slowest time of the year for them.

Irv
1 month ago
Reply to  Linda

I’ve heard speculation that the birth rate won’t rise–but the divorce rate will.

Gene Bjerke
1 month ago
Reply to  Irv

Perhaps they will be equal.

Cheryl Bacon
1 month ago
Reply to  Linda

Considering the birthrate in the US is below normal, not quite at a dangerous level as in some countries. I doubt much will change. More and more of the younger generations are choosing to be childless. There also many that chose to wait and then find they waited too long to reproduce. Many would be surprised at how many couples need medical help to conceive.