Mental health

Rethinking Prison Sentences

What the Lockdown can Teach Us

I’ve been in self-isolation since 12th March. I live in a large house in a small city with an enormous background of hills, forests, lakes, and even mountains. I avoid all social contact (as I should), but I spend one or two hours every morning exercising in nature; once every fortnight, I drive my car through the city just to see what’s new. For sheer curiosity and boredom. Yet there are days when I feel imprisoned. I experience psychological symptoms that are new to me and make me…

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Once an architect, now a freelance filmmaker/photographer with a small vegetable garden on the side. I run marathons too.

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Marjan Krebelj

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Once an architect, now a freelance filmmaker/photographer with a small vegetable garden on the side. I run marathons too.

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