The covid-19 pandemic began as a health crisis, but it spread just as rapidly as an economic, political, and social crisis of global proportions. On a daily basis, we were able to monitor the decline in statistical indicators that show social well-being, and we were less aware of the stories of individuals and their psychological distress living behind four walls. The closure of social life and restrictive measures play an important role in controlling the spread of the virus, but on the other hand they burden people and negatively affect their mental health. Restricted movement, social isolation, fear of infection, concerns about material security, work at home, loneliness, limited opportunities for sports and cultural activities are stressful for every individual. In addition to the elderly, children and adolescents are particularly burdened here, having to suddenly and unpreparedly face distance learning, loss of peer contact, lack of personal space and other frustrations.