Humans are exceptionally bad at some kinds of risk assessment, particularly the kinds that involve a non-immediate threat. If it’s not snarling in our faces, we’re not good at dealing with it, and especially not doing it long term.
Curious about the psychology of people who don’t have the willpower to stay at home vs. those who see the greater good and can. (Please do not talk to me about people forced to go to work in this. I know. That’s not what I’m talking about)