In this chapter of the Efecto Naím, the report of the majority of the world’s media that confirmed that in the midst of the Covid-19 epidemic, the number of divorces was on the rise in important countries, one of which is the United Kingdom. which recorded a 122% increase in inquiries about divorce.
In a report that was analyzed to see if it is true that divorce cases have increased, especially in newly married couples, issues such as housework have raised many disputes, in addition to the disputes of the spouses’ children, and for this reason countries are taking measures to reduce the number. Divorce cases, although the economic crisis has also prompted couples not to divorce.
Anger at various things that happen in the world such as economic or political instability, a pandemic and hundreds of other things can also be used to make economic decisions, which is explained by Mark Blythe, author of The Economics of Anger. Who also talked about a way to solve financial crises.
Finally, there was talk of a town in the United States called the “silent zone,” a place where cell phones, computers, microwaves, televisions, and other devices that emit electromagnetic waves are prohibited.
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