The architects of social welfare, in their wildest dreams, would never have imagined that the objectives of the welfare state could produce such an extraordinary number of people with social and mental disabilities. How did our transparent, orderly and modern welfare state form public habit and build culture of dependency? Why did the social welfare become a collective mindset in feminist literature not only across the Nordic countries but also in continental Europe and the United states? What psychology can tell us about the motivational causes of high taxes, high cost of living, brain drain, low fertility rate, unregulated migration, radicalization, unemployment, crime and poor mental health. The WELFARE EPIDEMIC is about the mystery of the welfare-driven societies in order to stimulate your imagination, create a sense of reality and develop some alternative solutions.