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Can Our Relationships Survive the Pandemic?

Paul Jambunathan, Consultant Clinical Psychologist

06-May-20 11:00

Can Our Relationships Survive the Pandemic?

For the past seven weeks in Malaysia, our Movement Control Order has placed restrictions on our movements. For better or for worse, we’ve been stuck at home, with our partners, family members, housemates, friends or alone. How has being in this bubble affected our relationships? And what will happen when the MCO is lifted in the near future? We speak to consultant clinical psychologist Paul Jambunathan.


Produced by: Tee Shiao Eek

Presented by: Tee Shiao Eek


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