Amanda Ripley ’92 Shares Tips to Prevent Loneliness While Social Distancing

Loneliness can be as bad for your health as smoking – so what can we do to stay mentally fit during this time of social distancing? Amanda Ripley ’92, author of “The Unthinkable: Who Survives When Disaster Strikes — and Why,” offers tips in her article, “Four ways to help prevent loneliness while you’re social distancing” in the Washington Post

Ripley’s tips include remaining physically active, staying connected to friends and loved ones through technology, practicing mindfulness, and giving back through acts of service and kindness. Read all her advice in the article and best wishes to all Lawrentians navigating these unprecedented times! 

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