Staying connected to extended family. How is this helpful to couples, parents, and children?

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It is challenging to stay meaningfully connected to the extended family during Covid-19 isolation. Some families are struggling to manage the extra demands of their households so they are likely to put extended family interactions on hold so as not to add to the pressure. There are, however, costs to reducing these connections. In this podcast, Jenny explains the effect on a nuclear family when there is more distance from the broader family. She talks about ways to creatively stay connected, and how to deal with tense extended family relationships. She offers some principles for grandparents about how they might be a resource during these times of physical distancing.


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