If you’ve been experiencing feelings of isolation as a result of living with psoriatic arthritis (PsA), then you aren’t alone. Even before we entered the new world of Covid-19, feeling isolated and lonely while attempting to manage psoriatic arthritis was very common. If you add in everything going on in recent months, the number of PsA patients who struggle with feelings of isolation has, understandably, exploded. And these feelings are, at least in my case, the trumpeters that usher in two horsemen of the mental health apocalypse: anxiety and depression. That’s why it’s crucial to be proactive and intentional about how we ride this storm.