What Part Of Social Distancing Don’t You Understand?

Adam from Arlington is upset that his girlfriend Liz is being pretty cavalier about Coronavirus. He says while he admits he may be an overly cautious person, she is carrying on as if life were normal, going out and seeing friends and sometimes in rather crowded places. He says they both have big families in town they could pass it to, and he is concerned that she seems to be treating this pandemic like it’s no big deal. When Liz joins us she says Adam is a hypochondriac and is buying too much into the negative hype and refuses to let Coronavirus defeat her. She says she knows it is a global problem and is absolutely taking it seriously and being very careful wherever she goes but she is not going to stop living her life. She says if they can do everything in the world to protect themselves and still get it, then why just hide at home and sulk? As things start to get heated she says she also thinks Adam is just using all of this as an excuse to just stay home and play video games. Will these two need their own “Social Distancing”?

Willing Northwest couples write us for advice on their relationship issues. We put them on the air to hear them out, and you play therapist; Should they Make Up or Break Up?

About Fitz in the Morning

Check Also

Get Your Acorn Out of My BritBox

Tara from Lynwood calls in because, to prepare for weeks of home quarantine, her boyfriend Evan bought a giant new TV and subscribed to a bunch of streaming channels. She says they already had a TV and have plenty of choices to watch with Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime but now he has signed them…

Sounds Like Someone’s Getting Cranky-Wanky

The Coronavirus Quarantine seems to have a lot of couples struggling with spending so much non-stop time together. Ben from Arlington has written to Fitz for help with his girlfriend Alicia because he says she talks in baby talk. He says at the beginning of their relationship he thought it was kinda cute and flirty…