With millions out of work because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many Americans are worried about their finances right now. According to our recent survey conducted by The Simple Dollar, 62% of Americans have at least one major source of financial anxiety for the rest of 2020, with paying for groceries, covering rent, and staying employed among the most pressing.
“Financial concerns typically rank at the top of most peoples causes for worry and anxiety,” says Michael G. Wetter, Psy.D. “Millions of people now question how they will afford to provide for themselves and their family, maintain housing, and other topics directly (and indirectly) involving financial security.”
We’re not here to tell you how to feel. Instead, we spoke with mental health experts about time-tested strategies to manage stress and how to apply them in a pandemic.
Focus on the things you can control
Let’s face it; the outcomes of the pandemic are mostly out of our control. And th… Read More