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Managing Your Mental Health in a Time of Social Distancing

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It’s necessary for as many of us as possible to practice social distancing, but it’s not easy to follow.

We’re generally social creatures, and while we understand the need to limit in-person contact with each other—as much as for the health of others as for our own—we may also find this time to be stressful because of the isolation that comes from stopping day-to-day actions that bring people together.

According to the American Psychological Association (APA)1 , this stress can impact our mental health in different ways. Read the full article from Prudential Financial Inc.* here: https://www.prudential.com/financial-wellness/preparing-protecting/mental-health-social-distancing

* The opinions/views expressed by Prudential Financial Inc. are not considered opinions/views of BMTX, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of BM Technologies, Inc. BMTX is not a financial advisor and individuals are urged to obtain and consult their own financial advisors.

1 Retrieved March 17, 2020.  "Keeping your distance to stay safe.” American Psychological Association. https://www.apa.org/practice/programs/dmhi/research-information/social-distancing

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1 Retrieved March 17, 2020.  "Keeping your distance to stay safe.” American Psychological Association.