How can marital or partner relationships withstand the pressures of COVID-19?
The global health crisis has imposed new stress on health workers and their families, and partners working while safer at home. How can couples withstand these new pressures? What strategies can individuals use to improve relationships with spouses or significant others?
Professor of social psychology Benjamin Karney, is an expert on interpersonal relationships, especially marriage. For this conversation, he talks with UCLA Strategic Communications’ Jessica Wolf about how relationship processes and interactions are constrained or enhanced by the contexts in which they take place, including under these extraordinary circumstances.
Tuesday, May 12
1:30 p.m. PDT | 4:30 p.m. EDT