By Danny de Gracia II

In COVID-19, relationships are everything. But how has COVID-19 changed our approach to dating and relationships, both present and future? Political scientist, policymaker and journalist  Dr. Danny de Gracia II features my answers in this interview for Medium.

Danny begins,

“The emergence of the novel coronavirus pandemic has shaken the lives of millions and brought society as we know it to a screeching halt amidst government stay-at-home orders.

Unlike previous world crises that happened suddenly and merely left the rest of us to react to their aftermath, COVID-19 is a disaster happening in slow-motion that wreaks a constant psychological assault on our flight or fight mechanisms and has no immediate resolution to look forward to.”

He continues, “As a political scientist and policymaker, I have always believed that in moments like these, looking for top experts for guidance and actionable insights is crucial to our survival, and no one knows more about relationships and the human heart than Susan Winter, a world-renowned authority on what makes love work.”

To read Danny’s fascinating article and my response to his questions, click here for the full article: 

Dr. Danny de Gracia is a political scientist and former adviser to the Human Services and International Affairs committees at the Hawaii State Legislature.

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