Ruth V. Nina Estrella

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La pandemia del coronavirus (COVID-19) ha tenido un efecto en el funcionamiento y en el bienestar psicológico de las parejas. Se realizó un estudio cualitativo de tipo fenomenológico para conocer la experiencia vivida desde la óptica de una de las personas integrantes de una díada. Se realizó un análisis de las narrativas de seis participantes (3 femeninos, 3 masculinos). Por medio del análisis de tipo fenomenológico, se identificaron cambios significativos en la cotidianidad de la pareja; (1) el uso de los espacios en el hogar, (2) nuevas prácticas en la convivencia, (3) invisibilidad entre lo público y lo privado, (4) aislamiento social y (5) nuevas conductas para prevenir el virus. Otro tema identificado fue la relación de pareja y los cambios en las dinámicas en la relación de pareja debido a las transformaciones del hogar (p ej. limitaciones de socializar, tareas adicionales en el hogar). Por medio de las narrativas se pudo constatar que la experiencia del COVID-19 ha sido un evento que ha provocado cambios significativos en la cotidianidad de la pareja y en sus dinámicas en la relación como una forma de adaptarse a los cambios repentinos que surgieron a raíz de la pandemia y los protocolos gubernamentales.

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Juntos en tiempos de COVID-19: La experiencia de la relación de pareja en Puerto Rico. (2022). Revista Puertorriqueña De Psicologia, 32(2), 208-218. https://www.repsasppr.net/index.php/reps/article/view/689
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Juntos en tiempos de COVID-19: La experiencia de la relación de pareja en Puerto Rico. (2022). Revista Puertorriqueña De Psicologia, 32(2), 208-218. https://www.repsasppr.net/index.php/reps/article/view/689