Single Woman at Home

Community Psychiatry’s Dr. Allie Shapiro discusses ‘How singles are effected by COVID-19’ on the Psychiatric Times series, “Mental Health Minute”.

During this time of social isolation, people who are single may be having a difficult time. Staying home in lockdown may mean they haven’t been seen or touched another person in weeks or months. This lack of human contact, even if just for a hug, can be difficult for some people to deal with.

Click here to listen to Dr. Shapiro on the Psychiatric Times podcast where she explores these topics and more.

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