When we published our first and only article so far about the worldwide crisis we are in, there was only one case.
Now, the numbers have changed exponentially with rapid spreading. You can review our original article entitled: Vaxxers vs. Anti-Vaxxers
For the last eight years, I have worked remotely from my home while building Le Snuggle. I empathize with the vast numbers of people that are having to adapt to working from home. It is also extremely difficult when the remote workers are in isolation with their children and also having to keep working. How you handle this crisis as a family can be structured to bring families closer together and as partners, to create a new and improved emotional and physical relationship.
Intimacy may be limited with children around, but remember that there are many innovative ways to be intimate with each other to maintain a new and closer connection.
Stay tuned for a special article coming for our couples that have free reign in their house!
A recurrent theme in our blog articles center on the critical importance of communicating with each other pertaining to all aspects of our lives. Being a good communicator can eliminate a lot of arguments that stem from one partner holding in their anger and emotions. Rather than an honest discussion, many times we take that anger and frustration out on our partners. Communication breaks down from there.
How we respond during a crisis can influence all of those around us. We have to maintain our mutual respect for each other. Children deserve our respect as well. We have to set the best example for our families to move forward and emerge from this experience as better and kinder versions of ourselves.
There are so many people suffering right now, and not just from Covid-19., and the effects to each and every one of us. We have to think about those friends and family members trying to handle vital treatment for cancers and other serious conditions that MUST be managed and do not disappear because we are dealing with Covid-19. This dilemma is a hard one to navigate right now.
Take an honest evaluation of the things that need attention and improvement in your life and make a plan. Every little thing that is positive that you do to improve your circumstances will help all of your positive changes become memorable and permanent.
We are all trying to acclimate to the new normal. I know that with isolation, the need grows for more content. We are trying to accommodate that need, but also with the same high-quality content that you have become accustomed to.
We are hearing from and reaching out to several of our contacts to bring you several different types of joint collaboration. This is all in an effort to create awareness.
We want to hear from you. If you feel you need to address an issue or would like for us to, please do not hesitate to reach out. We are diligently working to try to answer each inquiry personally.
Make no mistake. We are facing a battle unlike any other in our lifetimes. Use our soldiers and their resilience and strength in trying times as a guideline for your own behavior.
"The supreme art of war is to subdue the enemy without fighting."
- Sun Tzu