VANCOUVER, BC, Oct. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — According to a recent study from dating app Plenty of Fish, nearly one-third of U.S. singles have experienced increased levels of anxiety over the past six months. To help daters find some relief and prioritize mental health, Plenty of Fish is partnering with Shine, the No. 1 self-care app created by women of color, to provide free Shine Premium memberships to 5,000 Plenty of Fish members.
Beginning Friday, Oct. 9, and just in time for World Mental Health Day (Oct. 10), Plenty of Fish members will receive access to 800+ meditations, calming sounds and sleep stories, journaling exercises, tools to track mood and gratitude, and a space to reflect on self-care with a global community. Additionally, two new dating-related meditations developed to help singles better manage anxiety and improve mental health and wellness, including “Navigate Dating During