Keep your love life on track: marriage experts dish on how they keep their relationships strong

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Divorce rates in South Africa increased by 20% during lockdown last year, according to research done by DIY Legal. (Photo: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
Divorce rates in South Africa increased by 20% during lockdown last year, according to research done by DIY Legal. (Photo: Gallo Images/Getty Images)

January can be trying at the best of times: money woes, school fees, a whole year of work and worry ahead.

Throw a pandemic into the mix and stress levels ramp up several notches – especially as the second wave continues to crash on the shores of chaos and concern.

And it’s taking its toll on the love front.

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