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Tag Archives: Chinese psychology
Returning to work? Dreading the drama? Feels like ground hog day? Job dissatisfaction can have a spill-over effect on home life. We spend most of our time each week at work so it makes sense that if you are unhappy … Continue reading
“I’m depressed because I couldn’t get any Krispy Kreme donuts”. Yeah, ok, some things can make us sad, but they don’t qualify as ‘depression’. On the other hand, we can become depressed without even realising this is what has happened. … Continue reading
Get moving at least 30 minutes a day and you may live longer. Thanks for the video Dr Mike Evans.
想太多不能控制的憂慮做吔? 如果你可以預測到將來會法上什麼的事，為什麼你今日不是百萬富翁? 如果你經常擔心將來，經常想不能控制的東西想得那麼好，為什麼你還沒有猜中了六合彩？ 以前我媽媽常常跟我說，擔心都沒有用。她只說，“船到橋頭自然直”。The ship will reach the end of the bridge in due course。
As an Australian-Chinese psychologist, I’m what they call ‘multicultural’; I live in two worlds. Recently my partner and I travelled to Hong Kong, returning to my roots, and then on to Shanghai. The purpose of this trip went beyond a … Continue reading
Diagnostic tools used to assess mental illnesses appear to be largely based on a Western sample. Currently, to our knowledge, there are no peer reviewed studies detailing worrying as a construct in the context of Asian sample population groups. Earlier research … Continue reading