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Here's How To Survive Self Isolation With Our Significant Others & Strengthen The Bond Further



Social distancing has become a lifestyle now, and definitely not by choice. It's the need of the hour for survival in a time of a serious pandemic and we have to learn how to work around it somehow. The outbreak of deadly coronavirus across the globe is a matter of serous concern and everything should be done in measure to ensure the safety and protection of people everywhere. 

The first thing we can and should do for ourselves is to create a healthy distance from everyone else and stay in self-isolation. This is because even if we're not infected, we could be secondary carriers, transmitting the virus to someone healthy.

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Although if you show symptoms of the virus or have a fever, cough or flu then just maintaining a bit of a distance till the symptoms go down is a wise thing to do.

(3) Reorganise Your Surroundings

Reorganising is therapeutic not just on an individual level but on a collective front as well. If you live together, you have obviously set up your space together too and you probably don't have enough time to rearrange a few things you've been meaning to for a while. Well, here's your chance to do exactly that. Find a space that needs organising and put your heads together and figure out the best way to do it. It could also be reorganising cupboards, cabinets or shelves or just moving furniture around. If it's an activity done together, it's fun.

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(5) Get A Bit Pet Friendly

We're all prepping for isolation in our own ways and probably everyone is stocking up because we're not sure how long we'd need to wait this out. In this situation, if you're already dreading being home alone with just one person, you can break the monotony and adopt a dog who can give you both company. It works best for you and the dog who probably needs shelter during these tough times too. Since you'll be home a while, taking care of a puppy would be easier too. Because most shops and markets closing down, dogs outside will have no access to food either, so adopting one or two can help them survive too!

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