As a psychologist, psychological counselor writer, and master of clinical psychology, I am committed to using psychology to understand various classic phenomena of individuals, families, and society.
People who live a comfortable life have an "anti-internal friction" physique.
You may have noticed two completely different types of people in our lives. One is to think more and do less. When chatting with this kind of person, you will find that they have fascinating conversations, have a lot of things they want to do, and are eager to express themselves.
The dynamic between spouses, friends, and coworkers can sometimes conceal forms of subtle aggression.
I had dinner with a best friend a few days ago. We talked about an extraordinary thing: There are always some specific people in our lives. As long as we stay with them, we unconsciously feel we can't do anything well.
Throughout your life, no one will love you solely for your achievements.
After staying in the psychology industry for a long time, the more books I read and stories I heard, the more I discovered The original sin of many inner problems is a kind of strict self-requirement that is almost paranoid:
How to move in and out quickly in life roles and become the master of time
Why do I become more and more tired as the days go by? When I get home from work, I want to lie down. I don’t want to do housework, I don’t want to take care of my children, and I feel tired even talking to my partner;