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How isolation has changed our RELATIONSHIPS

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 28 per cent of women and 16 per cent of men have reported feeling lonely as a result of the pandemic. The truth is, COVID-19 has shifted things socially for us all. Some of us have felt the negative effects of isolation while some have loved it. Many people are still working

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