Neighbors, May 12: it's hard to panic-buy eggs, and love in the time of coronavirus
Maybe you can't hoard eggs. But they're - pardon the expression - flying off store shelves as more and more people are cooking and baking.
How well you and your sweetheart are doing, cooped up in one another's company during the stay at home orders may be determined more by what social psychologist Dr. Ashley Thompson calls your "tolerance of ambiguity" than whether or not they load the dishwasher the right way.
And could love in the time of coronavirus be taking online dating in a new - and positive - direction?