Modern people long for psychological assistance

People eager for psychological assistance

Occupationally, the percentage of workers including waiters, salespersons, and salespersons is approximately 32% to 33%. The number of people who are most eager for psychological assistance; the proportion of employees including accountants, technicians, teachers, doctors, etc. is about 18% to 20%; the proportion of students is about 18% to 19%; the number of unemployed and unemployed people accounts for The ratio is about 11 to 12%; the proportion of administrative cadres, self-employed households, and farmers is small, which is about 4.1%, 1.6%, and 1.0% respectively. From the above distribution, it can be seen that the difference between occupations and psychological problems is closely related. This may be related to the social environment and the influence of the working environment. For example, in recent years, it is during the reform and transition period of China’s enterprises that the survival, development, and work of all employees are in an unstable state, and will inevitably bring adverse psychological effects to workers in certain aspects. Therefore, they become the people who are most eager for psychological assistance. Another example is that due to the fierce competition in which the brain workforce is closely linked with economy and science and technology, the tasks are often heavy, the work is tense, and the psychological burden is heavy; the students’ learning burden is too heavy, and they face the high expectations of school and parents and their desire for further studies. Stress, prone to bad psychology. This makes them become people who are eager for more psychological assistance than workers. From a cultural perspective, the proportion of senior high school or above is 70% to 80%, accounting for the majority of people who are eager for psychological assistance. This may be due to the fact that the higher the level of education is, the more spiritual activities and pursuits are enriched, and the factors such as social changes and fierce competition make their psychological conflict more obvious. From a gender perspective, women have more psychological problems than men. According to reports, in every 100 patients with mental illness, there are at least 64 female patients. This is related to the role that women play in society and family. They are in a weaker position than men, especially those who are economically independent and emotionally dependent, and those who are psychologically vulnerable, coupled with the delicate characteristics of women’s emotions, and lack of adequate psychological tolerance and adaptability to the ever-changing society. Problems often get into trouble and cannot be relieved. Therefore, they desperately need psychological counseling. People from all walks of life and those around them should pay special attention to such women and provide timely psychological assistance.

Psychological problems that modern people urgently need to solve


Psychological counseling for many hospitals in the country over the past three years The hotline statistics show that there are widespread emotional disorders among the people who receive psychological counseling, especially depression and anxiety, which account for about 63% to 65% of the total. In addition, the issues that require psychological counseling are, in turn, sleep disorders, marriage, relationships, learning, work, and sexual disorders. Among them, there are more women than men in marriage, and sleep disorders and sexual disorders occur in more men than women. This suggests that there are significant gender differences in sleep disorders, sexual disorders and marriage issues. It is worth pointing out that among these psychological problems, many of them are coexisting with several emotional disorders.

People’s emotional reactions are the external manifestations of mental activity. Any psychological or health problems may cause emotional problems. Depression and anxiety are the most harmful to human health. Some people’s emotional disorders may develop into depression or anxiety if they are not resolved in a timely manner. As we all know, in our real life, the suicidal behavior of depressed patients is common. For this reason, many mental illness experts have appealed that leaders at all levels, all sectors of society, and the relevant medical preventive and health care departments should take various positive measures to develop extensive mental health education in high-risk groups who are susceptible to emotional disorders, and to have emotional and mental disorders. Individuals do a good job of psychological assistance.

(Internship Editor: Zhao Xiaoting)