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Dating At A Distance: How Vermonters Are Finding Romance During A Pandemic

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Ada daSilva
Socializing in-person has been a challenge for many Vermonters during the pandemic, and dating is no exception.

Dating during a pandemic poses a unique set of challenges. Especially under Gov. Scott’s recent ban on multi-household gatherings, Vermonters are no longer able to connect with new partners in person. This hour, we hear from two relationship coaches who share their expertise on how new relationships are impacted by social distancing guidelines. And, we hear from Vermonters about how you are navigating new relationships in the midst of COVID-19.

Our guests are:

  • Marla Goldstein, relationship coach and founder of G-Spot Coaching
  • Laura Szklarski, Vermonter who is currently trying to date during the pandemic
  • Beth Martell, life coach and founder of Beth Martell Life Coaching 
  • Kae Burdo, founder of Vermont Ethical Non-Monogamy

Broadcast live on Monday, Dec. 7, 2020 at 12 p.m. Rebroadcast at 7 p.m.

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