Have you been in a committed romantic relationship during the pandemic? Do you feel that COVID-19 has affected the quality of your romantic relationships? We are looking for volunteers to take part in a research study about the long-term effects of COVID-19 on romantic relationships quality. This research forms part of an MSc Psychology degree at Brunel University London and involves taking part in an individual online interview regarding how your romantic relationships experience may have been affected by the pandemic. Participation in this study will take around 45 minutes. This study has been approved by the College of Medicine and Life Sciences Research Ethics Committee and will take place between August 23rd 2021 and September 9th 2021. Your participation in this research is entirely voluntary, anonymous, and con- fidential. You can withdraw at any point without having to give a reason. We are sorry we can’t offer any payment or rewards! Still interested? Participants must be: - Above the age of 18. - Should have experience of being in committed romantic relationships at least for 6 months before the start of the pandemic as well as throughout the duration of the pandemic. Note: The possible risks of participating in the study, which include distress and anxiety, may potentially be magnified for individuals with histories of mental health challenges and/or abusive relationship(s). If you answer ‘yes’ to the above questions and would like to take part, please email the researcher: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you!