WATCH | Coronavirus: Cooped up with loved ones during lockdown? Here’s how to survive

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While the coronavirus pandemic is spreading panic and becoming a nightmare for people around the world, going into lockdown for 21 days can be even more stressful, especially if you're isolated with your loved ones – and things start to get a little heated.

South African psychiatrist, Professor Renata Schoeman, explains the importance of having boundaries in this kind of situation.

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