Here’s how to create harmony in the home

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Lockdown levels may have eased but these are still extraordinary times and most of us continue to spend the majority of our days at home.

This new world order is making many people tense and irritable – and almost inevitably, our relationships are taking strain.

“At the start of the lockdown there was more of a sense of people getting into the spirit of the new normal,” says Cheryl Sol, a psychologist from Kloof in KwaZulu-Natal.

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