China News Service, Beijing, July 5th (Reporter Shangguan Yun) The reporter recently learned from Guomai Culture that a psychology-related book "Intimacy" was officially published not long ago.

According to the author of the book, this work combines the author's years of practical experience in emotional counseling, and uses psychological theoretical methods to answer many questions related to "intimacy".

  In the book, the author analyzes the three elements of love, the 8 potential modes of intimacy, and the 7 layers of self-cognition of the iceberg principle. A workable solution that hopefully helps readers find their true self.

Intimacy book cover.

Photo courtesy of Guomai Culture

  Huang Qituan, the author of "Intimacy", said that he is a psychology writer and has been focusing on the education and communication of psychological applications for 25 years. He has applied psychological theories in business management, marriage, family, parent-child education and other fields. Funny, loving, practical expressions that provide valuable psychological services to society and everyone.

  He also mentioned that in intimate relationships, there is a kind of hurt that is "feeling hurt". "I once did a training and asked the losing camp to express their emotions in a game session, but one employee listened to me. Then turn around and leave."

  After inquiries, it turned out that the employee's mother had forced him to drink milk since he was a child, so as long as he felt that he was being asked, he would immediately resist.

  Huang Qituan believes that we don't like being asked, but the employee's reaction is derived from psychological trauma. If he does not heal, in the future in an intimate relationship, once his partner asks him to do something, he will immediately rebel. even end the relationship.

This is "feeling hurt".

  Therefore, he said, psychology is an instruction manual for human nature. "Learning psychology can not only heal our wounds, but also make us understand our partners better, so that we can get along better with them. So I would say, instead of wishing the world love It is better to pray that more people will start to study psychology when people are married in the end.” (End)