Why are we obsessed with danger, and conversely with safety?
Swedish psychiatrist and author David Eberhard comments on the effects that a lockdown has on a population, and on how we feel less and less secure despite arguably living in the safest time in human history.
David has worked in psychiatry for most of his adult life, at multiple different centers in Stockholm. Since 2019, David worked as head of staff at PRIMA Maria Addiction Care Clinic.
In addition, he is a bestselling author and active lecturer, focusing on everything from responsibility and human rights and violations of these, to security thinking and child rearing.
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