After quarantine in Ukraine, a wave of divorces is possible – psychologist
Psychological problems and conflicts in families during quarantine and the inability to resolve them independently can lead to a significant increase in the number of divorces after quarantine in Ukraine, which has already happened, especially in China.
Such an opinion in an interview with Ukrinform was expressed by psychotherapist and writer Alesya Byvalkevich.
“Previously, because of the job, the members of a pair coexisted, being on the same territory for a limited time. It was bearable. In quarantine, everything has crawled … When the “borders open”, there is a chance that people will want to disperse, to separate – and as soon as possible. For this reason, in China, for example, there has been a “boom” – the number of divorces after quarantine has increased considerably. The same can be expected for Ukraine, Turkey, any other country, “noted the specialist.
To prevent this from happening, Byvalkevich advises to look for the root causes of the deterioration of non-quarantined relationships and not to wait for its completion with confidence that with its end everything will pass.
“Quarantine has not created problems that did not exist before. All the problems that appeared appeared well before the quarantine … The task now for everyone to find the root cause is not quarantine, not that the government is to blame or someone else “, she said.
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She called one of the main approaches recognition and recognition that problems exist and need solutions, and then tries to solve them independently or with the help of specialists.
As reported, on March 12, the government introduced quarantine in Ukraine to combat the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus infection. In particular, commercial establishments have been closed, with the exception of grocery stores, pharmacies, petrol stations and banks. The works of the Kiev metro, Kharkov and Dnipro have been stopped, the circulation of land transport in cities, interurban and interregional automobile, railway and aviation services has been stopped.
On May 4, the Cabinet of Ministers extended the quarantine, but as of May 11, the restrictions will be relaxed.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru