Survey finds that 80% of college students are trapped by love

Survey finds that 80% of college students are “trapped by love”

“My freshman feels ‘Li Liyuan Shang Cao’, my sophomore laughs at ‘Qing Qing He Bian Cao’, and my senior year sighs ‘Where there is no fragrant grass'”.
This kit is very popular among the students of Shencheng University.
However, while talking about love is prevalent in college, it is more confusing to students.
A few days ago, Shenyang University of Technology held a large-scale on-site mental health consultation activity. Director Qin Manli of the University Student Mental Health Service Center found that the psychological problems that currently plague university students are mainly emotional problems. Rough statistics show that about 80% of students are emotionally trapped.
  As society attaches importance to mental health issues, more and more college students dare to seek help from psychiatrists.
Director Qin Manli told reporters that more college students are now seeking help in the psychological counseling room. This not only shows that they have improved their understanding of psychological problems, but also shows that more students encounter psychological confusion.
  What is unexpected is that emotional problems are the most common problems encountered by college students among many psychological problems.
“Yesterday, four college students came for consultation, all of which were troubled by feelings.
Sun Yang, the instructor of the Mental Health Service Center of Shenyang University of Technology, told reporters that judging from the question of consultation, the majority of the emotional problems will not be dealt with. The common emotional problems encountered by college students are painful due to secret love.Emotional instability or emotional difficulties.
  In fact, even if college students have no problems in emotional confusion, employment pressure, etc., they will encounter other psychological confusions. The emergence of these problems is just a “future”.
Director Qin Manli’s analysis based on the emotional problems encountered by college students found that, on the surface, the students were confused because their feelings were not smooth, and actually exposed the weaknesses of the only child and family education.
According to Director Qin, many college students are baffled when they fall in love. They think they are excellent but they are not favored. This is more common among male students.
Girls are usually eager to fall in love because they have a narrow social circle and are too dependent on others. They do n’t know that such a relationship is vulnerable. Once they lose love, they will feel pain because they have no other friends and no dependants.