The psychological problems of Chinese people cannot be ignored
The severity of psychological problems among modern Chinese people is beyond doubt. The pressure of social change, the acceleration of life rhythm, and the fierce competition for positions have made it impossible for Chinese people to return to the ancient life of working at sunrise and resting at sunset. Whether it is subjective will or being forced by the environment, each of us must face various challenges and handle various difficulties every day. Although we strive to catch up and work hard, we always feel that our abilities are insufficient and our energy is limited. Therefore, we turn our spare time into a rechargeable classroom, with three or four courses to catch up on a weekend, which makes us exhausted. It seems that we earn more, eat more, and live a richer life than our ancestors, but in reality, how many people can truly enjoy a delicious lunch without having to wolf down the afternoon report. Every day at work, it seems like I have to use half of my strength to hold onto the office door, fearing that someone else will occupy my position. The other half of my strength needs to be used to work hard and improve performance.
Under such strong pressure, we are physically and mentally exhausted, and we are mentally exhausted. We yearn to find someone to confide in and vent. But our Ministry of Culture allows us: we are only taught how to suppress emotions, but we do not know how to express them. We are afraid to tell others our feelings, afraid of being misunderstood by others, and even more afraid of accepting psychological help from others.