Do you know whether they have healthy psychology behind the bright appearance of those professional women with high education, high income and high position? Health psychologists have found that in the eyes of everyone, these "elite women" in the workplace have begun to appear more and more psychological crises, among which the most typical ones are obsessive-compulsive disorder, work dependence and emotional isolation.
Crisis two: 'obsessive-compulsive disorder'
Hermione, 29, is already a senior executive in a foreign company, and she is demanding of herself. Once, she sent out a document and found that there was a typo in it. For this reason, she had been sleepy for a whole week and felt uncomfortable when she thought about it. Zhao Jing's problem is "obsessive-compulsive disorder". Because other people think that they are extraordinary, they deprive themselves of the right to make mistakes. They have high demands on themselves and strictly require others to meet her standards. They can't accept mistakes at work at all. She always asks herself and her subordinates to be 'more, faster and better'. As a result, the subordinates were dragged to exhaustion, jumping on the boat to survive, and the people who stayed were even more tired.
Crisis 1: work dependence
Wang Jing's work has now become the only center of her life. Every day, as long as the phone rings, her body will immediately instinctively respond, grabbing the first to pick up the microphone, which is no exception at home. She often feels that the pace of the company's meetings is slow and very anxious. At the sight of the excellent work of her colleagues, she secretly wants to catch up with them as soon as possible. When she finally meets a rest day, she also arranges customer information at home and is absent-minded when she goes out to play with friends. Liu Li is a typical 'work dependence', that is, because of the long-term work pressure and mental tension, she feels unfit to leave the work environment. Generally, only when you are working can you feel full, and think that you have value only when you are recognized at work. In fact, this is a lack of security and self-confidence in the surrounding environment.
Crisis three: emotional isolation
In order to maintain an independent image or self-protection in the eyes of the people around them, many 'three high' women often hide their vulnerability and panic & hellip; & hellip; they hold up a sky by themselves and become the 'elder sister' admired by the public. They are admired or appreciated by people from afar, but they forget that they also need support. Their high position often makes it difficult for them to find intimate friends who can talk and ask for help. Most of the time, they are in the state of 'emotional isolation'. Negative emotions are difficult to be dispelled, and their inner loneliness and depression accumulate and spread day by day.