The duration of the crisis has a worrying effect on the morale of the population, states psychiatry professor Pentelimon Gianakopoulos.
“It is very difficult for Southerners to live without morning coffee. Being deprived of it is not only denial of a social link, but also a way to reduce stress.” Has the health crisis made all of us “Southern”? Yes, according to Pentelimon Gianakopoulos, in the sense that a multitude of deprivation affects the morale of the entire population. The psychiatry professor is concerned about seeing a broken social bond, which will take time to rebuild.
In March 2020, imprisonment was already bothering you. Fourteen months later, how do you assess the morale of the population?
The first lockdown had little effect on morale. Of course, there was much anxiety, intense stress, emotional reactions – for example, the rush for some products in the supermarket – but this was the era of applause on the balcony; Victory of solidarity