PsyPost: A person’s attachment style predicts the quality of their romantic relationships during the COVID-19 lockdown

PsyPost: A person’s attachment style predicts the quality of their romantic relationships during the COVID-19 lockdown. “Attachment security predicts better relationship quality during the trying times of lockdown, according to research published in Frontiers in Psychology. By contrast, infection rates, perceived threat from the virus, and level of governmental restrictions were not significant predictors of relationship quality.”

“I Can’t Vote For Someone Who I Blame For The Death Of My Husband”: Meet The Coronavirus Widows (BuzzFeed News)

BuzzFeed News: “I Can’t Vote For Someone Who I Blame For The Death Of My Husband”: Meet The Coronavirus Widows. “As the country nears an election set to be in part a referendum on the Trump administration’s handling of a pandemic that has killed over 212,000 Americans, millions of grieving people — the loved ones left behind by the victims — will also be a voting bloc.”

Today: Wife takes job as dishwasher to see husband in nursing home during COVID-19 pandemic

Today: Wife takes job as dishwasher to see husband in nursing home during COVID-19 pandemic. “[Mary] Daniel explained that she tried visiting her husband through a window, but said he just cried and could not understand what was going on. Later on, she came up with a creative idea and reached out to Rosecastle staff and asked if she could volunteer or get a job at the care center just for the opportunity to see her husband of 24 years in person again. ‘They said, “Let’s wait to see what happens,”‘ Daniel recalled. ‘Then, out of the blue two weeks ago, they called and said, “Do you want a job?” When I found out it was as a dishwasher, I thought, “Well, okay! I guess I’m a dishwasher now.”‘”

Findmypast Publishes New Set of Marriage Records

Findmypast has announced a new set of marriage records (PRESS RELEASE). “Leading family history company, Findmypast, announced today at the 2016 conference of the National Genealogical Society that it has published the next installment of its US marriage collection containing more than 10 million records, with an estimated 45 million names with nearly 4 million names that have never been published before and can only be found on Findmypast.”