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Much like you'd ask someone questions about their political views, favorite music genres, and more when considering if they'd make a good partner, you're now likely to add COVID-19 preferences and safety measures to the list. How is this new—and complicated—element changing how we are dating today, when human connection is craved more than ever?

The holiday season is upon us, which can be challenging for many, even without a global pandemic. This year, the CDC states that staying home is the best way to protect yourself and others. Here is their list of lower-risk activities:

A few months ago, West Michigan Woman held a Facebook Live with Charmeka Newton, Ph.D., a licensed therapist at Pine Rest, who spoke about the heightened tensions related to current events and how many are experiencing disagreements within their interpersonal relationships.

After months of hunkering down in our homes, wearing masks in public and washing our hands like never before, life has changed again.

As businesses across the country begin reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic, individual understandings of safe practices will differ widely.

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