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“A lot of people are worn out with trying to be so good, and trying to stay in and not socialize and keep their children safe and their parents safe. All of it takes a toll.” – Dr. Jacqueline Olds
Presented by Jacqueline Olds, MD, and Richard S. Schwartz, MD, McLean Hospital – McLean Forum lecture The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically increased loneliness in this country while simultaneously creating difficulties in couples’ relationships from too much closeness. We are already seeing the...
Dr. Jacqueline Olds and other health professionals comment on a study examining changes in adult sex lives during the early part of the coronavirus quarantine.
Drs. Jacqueline Olds and Richard Schwartz offer their thoughts on a new study examining how well couples have managed while quarantining together.
Drs. Jacqueline Olds and Richard S. Schwartz, along with other experts, discuss how couples can navigate relationships during the COVID-19 crisis.
Of the many ways the coronavirus pandemic has changed our lives, one of the most impactful might be the way it has changed relationships. Around the world, millions of couples who have led largely separate lives during the workday suddenly find themselves quarantined at home. They are stuck together...
In an interview, Dr. Jacqueline Olds explains how the COVID-19 crisis poses a risk for isolation and loneliness.
Dr. Richard S. Schwartz and Dr. Jacqueline Olds discuss how chronic loneliness has developed into a public health issue.
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In time for Valentine’s Day, Drs. Richard Schwartz and Jackie Olds offer the scientific underpinnings of love and research of love.
Dr. Jacqueline Olds, co-author of The Lonely American, discusses how loneliness has developed into a public health issue.
Dr. Jacqueline Olds offers tips on how to survive a day of love—and loneliness.
“There’s good reason to suspect that romantic love is kept alive by something basic to our biological nature.” – Dr. Richard Schwartz.
McLean psychiatrist Jacqueline Olds, an expert on seasonal affective disorder (SAD), reminds those struggling with the winter blues that spring is almost here.
Jacqueline Olds, MD, has worked at McLean actively since 1974 when she started her child psychiatry fellowship. She had a full time job in child psychiatry until 1980, and then became a part-time teacher in both the adult and child residency programs at McLean/MGH until the present. Dr. Olds also...