Everyone’s favourite Loose Women panelist is here to help answer all of your problems as an agony aunt for the Daily Mirror.
Coleen Nolan has launched a major lockdown survey to find out the strains and the strengths in relationships that have come through during lockdown.
Coronavirus has changed the way we live our lives – but how much has it changed our relationships?
After three months in constant contact with your partner – or in enforced separation – you may be looking at each other in a different light, and not just because of your DIY lockdown haircut.
Speaking about her agony aunt role and her survey Coleen said: “Since lockdown began back in March, I’ve received so many letters from Mirror readers concerned about their intimate relationships.
“There’s no doubt it’s a challenging time for lovers, whether you’re in lockdown together or isolating apart.
“I’ve had letters from people determined to leave their partners when the lockdown is over, while others want to know how to repair the bits of their relationship that aren’t working.
“Lots of people living apart from their partner are struggling with loneliness and missing sexual intimacy, while others want advice on ending their relationship.. in the nicest possible way!”
She continued: “Sex has been a big talking point for readers. What if you’re in lockdown with your partner, but your love life is in a rut or your sex drives are incompatible? You can hardly make the excuse that you’re working late at the office!
“On the upside, being in lockdown together has given some couples’ sex lives an unexpected boost and they want to know how to keep the passion going when life returns to normal.
“So, are you fed up with your other half or more in love than ever? Has sex gone off the boil or reached new heights of ecstasy? If you’re apart from your partner, have you found new ways to keep love and sex alive?
“Please take five minutes to fill in my survey – I’m really interested to find out how love in lockdown is going for you.”
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