As a deeply divided nation heals its wounds from a troubling election season, households riddled with virus fatigue are under more stress than they can bear. Some have approached the breaking point and beyond.
In the past, when people needed counseling to help them through tough times, they turned to their faith and clergy. While these institutions are still important, we are an increasingly secular country, and now we are more likely to turn to professionals when our lives are falling apart. Psychologists and lawyers are in the forefront of this trend.
Since the onset of the coronavirus, there has been a rise in domestic violence and divorce. While therapists can address the emotional fall-out from these horrific events, only a lawyer can advise you of your legal rights and how to protect them through the turmoil of a family breakup. Help is just a phone call away.