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“别瞎念了”?心机医生尖利反问:那你会对骨合的人说,“走走就好了”吗? 
滥觞:21英语网    日期: 2020-02-26
感冒、身体疼痛时,我们会去看医生。那么当我们果愧疚、缺失或孤独而感应疾苦时呢?

那时,可能你听到最多的一句建议就是—— “别瞎念了。” 

正正在一期题为《为什么我们都需求练习情绪急救》(Why we all need to practice emotional first aid)的TED演讲中,心机医生盖伊•温奇(Guy Winch)说,我们大多数人都习惯选择单独“疗伤”。但那不是唯一出路。他论证了为何我们该当像赐顾帮衬身体一样,來顾问我们的情绪和心机安康。

We'll go to the doctor when we feel flu-ish or a nagging pain. So why don't we see a health professional when we feel emotional pain: guilt, loss, loneliness? Too many of us deal with common psychological-health issues on our own, says Guy Winch. But we don't have to. He makes a compelling case to practice emotional hygiene — taking care of our emotions, our minds, with the same diligence we take care of our bodies.

那期演讲也正正在TED官网上收获了上千万播放量,数百条好评。



演讲中,盖伊•温奇暗示,当他成为一个心机教家,便开端留意到人们对身体安康的重视水平,近弘近于心机安康。

“我们接受心机上的伤害,比身体上的多得多,例如:失败,被回绝,孤独。假设我们忽视它们,情况也会恶化,它们同样会给我们的糊口带来宽峻的影响

“We sustain psychological injuries even more often than we do physical ones, injuries like failure or rejection or loneliness. And they can also get worse if we ignore them, and they can impact our lives in dramatic ways. 

但是,固然有科教证明的疗法来辅佐我们治疗那些心机上的伤害,我们却不采取动做。我们致使都没认识到我们该当采取动做。 

And yet, even though there are scientifically proven techniques we could use to treat these kinds of psychological injuries, we don't. It doesn't even occur to us that we should.

‘哦,你感应抑郁么?别去念了,都正正在你脑袋里。’ 你能设念对一个骨合了的人说那样的话吗? ‘哦,走走就好了,都正正在你腿上。

‘Oh, you're feeling depressed? Just shake it off; it's all in your head.’ Can you imagine saying that to somebody with a broken leg: "Oh, just walk it off; it's all in your leg."

是时分消除那种对身体和肉体安康的区别看待了。”
It is time we closed the gap between our physical and our psychological health.”






对此,他正正在演讲中讲述了几件诙谐而引人考虑的个人经历,告诉各人正正在经历失败、孤独,堕入负面情绪难以自拔时,“自救”的重要性以及如何截至“自救”

完好演讲正正在此:



演讲结尾,他说:

“当你正正在孤独的时分采取动做,当你改动看待失败的反应,当你保护本人的自尊心,当你取负面的念法做斗争,你不但能够治愈心机上的创伤,你会建立起情绪恢复才华,你会变得更强。

“By taking action when you're lonely, by changing your responses to failure, by protecting your self-esteem, by battling negative thinking, you won't just heal your psychological wounds, you will build emotional resilience, you will thrive.”






“一百年以前,人们开端重视个人卫生,人的寿命耽搁了50%还多,那仅用了十年就实现了。 我相疑,假设我们开端关注情绪上的保健,我们的糊口量量也会有同样水平的进步。

“A hundred years ago, people began practicing personal hygiene, and life expectancy rates rose by over 50 percent in just a matter of decades. I believe our quality of life could rise just as dramatically if we all began practicing emotional hygiene.”

综合滥觞:TED官网,@ TEDNews




 
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