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2019年10月17日 08:49:51 | 作者:京东媒体 | 来源:新华社
Who doesn#39;t get stressed every now and then? It may feel like you#39;re always on the brink of being totally overwhelmed. The key is knowing when it#39;s happening — and being proactive about putting an end to it.  谁不会时不时的感到焦虑呢?有时候你会感到自己就在彻底崩溃的边缘,应对这种状态的关键在于,知道你什么时候会有这种感觉——并且要预先准备好克这种状态的应对之道。  We rounded up 30 expert and research-backed ways to relax, whether you have five minutes, five hours or five weeks. So long, stress!  我们收集了三十种让你放松压力的方法,这些方法都是经过专家验和调研统计的,不管你能抽出五分钟还是五个小时,抑或5周时间,都来看看吧。永别啦,焦虑!  1. Write your worries down in a journal.  把你的烦恼都记在日记里。  2. Peel an orange. Studies show the smell of citrus can help reduce stress.  剥个橙子。研究明橙子的香气能帮助人减缓压力。  3. Eat an avocado.  吃一个鳄梨。  4. Take a walk in green space.  在绿荫中散个步。  5. Hang out with your BFF.  跟闺蜜来个聚会。  6. Spend a few minutes focusing on your breath.  花几分钟时间专注地调整呼吸。  7. Take a power nap.  好好睡个午觉。  8. Bring your dog to work.  把你的带去上班。  9. Listen to Mozart.  听莫扎特的音乐。  10. Try some aromatherapy.  尝试一下香薰疗法。  11. Let out a laugh.  开怀大笑。  12. Get a massage.  收个短信息。  13. Give someone a big hug.  给别人一个大大的拥抱。  14. Belt it out at karaoke...  在KTV引吭高歌……  15. Do a small project or craft.  做点小手工和小任务。  16. Take up knitting.  学学编织。  17. Unsubscribe from all of those promotional emails.  退订所有的推销邮件。  18. Kiss a loved one.  亲吻你的爱人。  19. Call your mom.  给妈妈打个电话。  20. Do a progressive muscle relaxation exercise.  做一套强度循序渐进的肌肉放松操。  21. Set ;stress boundaries;. If someone — or something — is starting to stress you out, step away from the situation.  设置一个“压力防火墙”,如果某人或某件事开始让你感到焦虑,从这种让你焦虑的环境中走出来。  22. Go for a run.  出去跑一跑。  23. Color a picture. This activity isn#39;t just for kids!  为一幅图画上色,这可不仅仅是孩子的游戏!  24. Pet your dog or cat.  宠爱你的或者猫。  25. Look out the window.  看看窗外的风景。  26. Try a de-stressing app.  试着用用放松压力的应用程序。  27. Use your imagination and look at your life like scenes in a movie.  动用你的想象力,想象自己像看电影中的画面一样观赏着自己的生活。  28. Count to 10, then count backward.  数到10,然后倒数到1。  29. Spend a little time in the sun. (Just wear your SPF!)  花点时间呆在阳光下。(记得擦防晒霜哟!)  30. Take a lunch break away from your desk.  离开办公桌好好吃顿午饭。 /201603/433456A few weeks ago, I sat in a movie theater and grinned. Anne Hathaway was in ‘‘The Intern,’’ perched on a hotel bed in a hotel robe, eating from a can of overpriced nuts, having tea and freaking out. What would happen if she divorced her sweet, selfless stay-at-home dad of a husband? Would she ever meet anybody else? And if she didn’t, she would have no one to be buried next to — she’d be single for all eternity. And weren’t the problems in her marriage a direct result of her being a successful businesswoman — she was there but never quite present? ‘‘The Intern’’ is a Nancy Meyers movie, and these sorts of cute career-woman meltdowns are the Eddie Van Halen guitar solos of her romantic comedies.几周前,我坐在电影院里,脸上泛起笑容。《实习生》(The Intern)里的安妮·海瑟薇(Anne Hathaway)穿着客用浴袍坐在酒店床上,正喝着茶,吃一罐贵得离谱的坚果,显得六神无主。如果跟在家带孩子的无私甜心丈夫离婚会有什么后果?还能找到这么一个人吗?如果找不到,是不是得孤独终老了——就这么一个人度过余生。而她的婚姻问题,难道不正是作为一个成功女商人的下场吗——因为人在但心不在?《实习生》是南希·迈耶斯(Nancy Meyers)的电影,像这种可爱的职业女性崩溃戏,在她的浪漫喜剧中就如同埃迪·范·海伦(Eddie Van Halen guitar)的吉他华段落。But what’s funny about that scene — what had me grinning — is the response of the person across the bed from Hathaway. After listening to her tearful rant, this person has had enough: Don’t you dare blame yourself or your career! Actually, the interruption begins, ‘‘I hate to be the feminist, of the two of us. … ’’ Hate to be because the person on the other side of the bed isn’t Judy Greer or Brie Larson. It’s not Meryl Streep or Susan Sarandon. It’s someone not far from the last person who comes to mind when you think ‘‘soul-baring bestie.’’ It’s Robert freaking De Niro, portrayer of psychos, savages and grouches no more.然而这场戏最有意思的地方——让我发笑的地方——是在床另一头那个人的反应。听着她的飙泪吐槽,这人终于受不了了:你凭什么怪自己,怪你的事业!事实上,此人是用这么一句话打断她的:“我们两个人里,女性主义的居然是我,我可不想这样……”之所以不想,是因为在床另一头的那个人不是朱迪·格里尔(Judy Greer)或布莉·拉尔森(Brie Larson)。不是梅丽尔·斯特里普(Meryl Streep)或苏珊·萨兰登(Susan Sarandon)。你无论如何也想不到让这个人来担负“有话直说的闺蜜”角色。是罗伯特·德尼罗(Robert De Niro)啊妈妈,那个整天演疯子、狂徒和暴脾气的家伙。On that bed with Hathaway, as her 70-year-old intern, he’s not Travis Bickle or the human wall of intolerance from those Focker movies. He’s Lena Dunham. The attentiveness and stern feminism coming out of his mouth are where the comedy is. And while it’s perfectly obvious what Meyers is doing to De Niro — girlfriending him — that doesn’t make the overhaul any less effective. The whole movie is about the subtle and obvious ways in which men have been overly sensitized and women made self-estranged through bwinning. It’s both a plaint against the present and a pining for the past, but also an acceptance that we are where we are.作为一个70高龄的实习生和海瑟薇在一张床上的他,不是Travis Bickle(《的士司机》),也不是《拜见岳父大人》里那堵油盐不进的人肉墙壁。他是莉娜·杜汉姆(Lena Dunham)。他那一副倾听者的样子,嘴里吐出坚定的女性主义言论,正是本片的笑点所在。迈耶斯把他塑造成闺蜜的意图十分明显,但这并没有丝毫减弱这个角色的颠覆效果。整部影片就是要微妙而明显地表现男性的过度敏感,以及女人在成为家庭经济来源后的自我疏离。它既是对当下的哀叹,也是对往昔的怀恋,同时又有一种对现状的承认。And where are we? On one hand: in another of Nancy Meyers’s bourgeois pornographies. On the other: in the midst of a great cultural identity migration. Gender roles are merging. Races are being shed. In the last six years or so, but especially in 2015, we’ve been made to see how trans and bi and poly-ambi-omni- we are. If Meyers is clued into this confusion, then you know it really has gone far, wide and middlebrow. We can see it in the instantly beloved hit ‘‘Transparent,’’ about a family whose patriarch becomes a trans woman whose kids call her Moppa, or in the time we’ve spent this year in televised proximity to Caitlyn Jenner, or in the browning of America’s white founding fathers in the Broadway musical ‘‘Hamilton,’’ or in the proliferating clones that Tatiana Maslany plays on ‘‘Orphan Black,’’ which mock the idea of a true or even original self, or in Amy Schumer#39;s comedic feminism, which reconsiders gender confusion: Do uncouthness, detachment and promiscuity make her a slut, or a man?那么我们的现状是什么?一方面:我们身在南希·迈耶斯的又一部布尔乔亚色情片中。另一方面:我们正经历一场文化身份认同大迁徙。性别角色正在合并。种族在蜕变。过去大概六年里,尤其是2015年,我们看到我们就是一群跨性别、多性-兼性-全性恋者。如今连迈耶斯都插手来理这一团乱麻,你就知道它已经扩散到每一个角落了。我们可以在迅速蹿红的《透明家庭》(Transparent)里看到这一点,该剧讲了一个家族的族长成了一个跨性女,大家都管她叫“妈爸”;或者是今年在电视上频频露面的凯特琳·詹纳(Caitlyn Jenner);或者百老汇音乐剧《汉密尔顿》(Hamilton)中棕色皮肤的美国白人开国元勋;或者《黑色孤儿》(Orphan Black)中塔提阿娜·玛斯拉尼(Tatiana Maslany)饰演的众多克隆人,对真实甚或原始自我的概念进行了嘲弄;或艾米·舒默尔(Amy Schumer)的喜剧女性主义对性别困惑的重新思考:她的粗野、超然和放荡,让她成了一个,还是一个男人?We can see it in the recently departed half-hour sketch comedy ‘‘Key amp; Peele,’’ which took race as a construct that could be reshuffled and remixed until it seemed to lose its meaning. The sitcom ‘‘Black-ish’’ likewise makes weekly farcical discourse out of how much black identity has warped — and how much it hasn’t — over 50 years and across three generations. ‘‘Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt’’ turns selfhood into a circus, introducing us to a lower-middle-class Native American teenager who eventually succeeds at becoming a rich white lady, and to other characters who try out new selves every 10 minutes, as if they’re auditioning for ‘‘Snapchat: The Musical.’’ Last month, Ryan Adams released a remake of Taylor Swift’s album ‘‘1989,’’ song for song, as a rock record that combines a male voice with a perspective that still sounds like a woman’s, like Lindsey Buckingham trying on Stevie Nicks’s clothes. Dancing on the fringes of mainstream pop are androgynous black men like Le1f, Stromae and Shamir.从最近完结的《Key amp; Peele》中也可以看到,这部半小时小品喜剧集把种族当成了一种构造,可以打乱、重混,直到失去其本身的含义。同样,情景喜剧《喜新不厌旧》(Black-ish)也用每周一集的滑稽言语,述说跨越50多年、三个世代的黑人身份出现了哪些的扭曲——又有哪些始终未曾改变。《我本坚强》(Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt)将自我变成了一个马戏团,向我们呈现了一个最终如愿以偿成为富有白人女性的中低阶层美国土著少女,其他的人物也是每隔10分钟换一个新自我的类型,仿佛他们在给一个叫Snapchat的音乐剧试镜。上个月,瑞恩·亚当斯(Ryan Adams)发布了泰勒·斯威夫特(Taylor Swift)专辑《1989》的翻唱版,把所有歌曲都改成了男声摇滚乐,但听起来依然像一个女人在唱歌,就像林赛·巴金汉姆(Lindsey Buckingham)穿上了史蒂薇·尼克斯(Stevie Nicks)的衣。还有游走于主流流行乐边缘的半男半女黑人男性Le1f、Stromae和Shamir。What started this flux? For more than a decade, we’ve lived with personal technologies — games and social-media platforms — that have helped us create alternate or auxiliary personae. We’ve also spent a dozen years in the daily grip of makeover shows, in which a team of experts transforms your personal style, your home, your body, your spouse. There are TV competitions for the best fashion design, body painting, drag queen. Some forms of cosmetic alteration have become perfectly normal, and there are shows for that, too. Our reinventions feel gleeful and liberating — and tied to an essentially American optimism. After centuries of women living alongside men, and of the races living adjacent to one another, even if only notionally, our rigidly enforced gender and racial lines are finally breaking down. There’s a sense of fluidity and permissiveness and a smashing of binaries. We’re all becoming one another. Well, we are. And we’re not.这股洪流从何而来?过去十多年里,我们的手边有了和社交媒体平台这样的个人科技,可以帮助我们创造别样的或辅助的表象人格。此外,这些年我们每天都被那些“改头换面”类节目吸引着,这种节目会找一组专家来改造你的个人形象、你的家、你的身体、你的配偶。电视上还有最佳时装设计、身体绘画、易装皇后的竞赛。其中某些化妆易容的形式,现在已经见怪不怪——对此也有专门的电视节目去呈现。我们的重新发明有一种欢快和释放的感觉——这与某种本性中的美式乐观主义息息相关。千百年来女人靠着男人生活,各种族比邻而居,而现在——尽管只是名义上——我们坚守的性别和种族边界终于开始崩塌。我们能感到一种流动与包容性,二元论正在被瓦解。我们正成为彼此。是的,我们本就是彼此。但现在不是。In June, the story of a woman named Rachel Dolezal began its viral sp through the news. She had recently been appointed president of the local chapter of the N.A.A.C.P. in Spokane, Wash. She had been married to a black man, had two black sons and was, by most accounts, a black woman. Her white biological parents begged to differ. The ensuing scandal resurrected questions about the nature of identity — what compelled Dolezal to darken her skin, perm her hair and pass in reverse? She might not have been biologically black, but she seemed well past feeling spiritually white.6月,一个名叫蕾切尔·多尔扎尔(Rachel Dolezal)的女人频频见诸报端。她前不久被任命为有色人种协进会(NAACP)华盛顿州斯波坎市分会主席。她和一个黑人男性结了婚,有两个黑人儿子,她本人被大多数人认为是一名黑人女性。但她的两位白人生身父母提出了异议。随之而来的丑闻再次引发了有关身份本质的争论——是什么促使多尔扎尔加深自己的肤色,烫卷发,进行反向种族冒充呢?也许她生理上不是黑人,但精神上似乎早已不觉得自己白。Some people called her ‘‘transracial.’’ Others found insult in her masquerade, particularly when the country’s attention was being drawn, day after day, to how dangerous it can be to have black skin. The identities of the black men and women killed by white police officers and civilians, under an assortment of violent circumstances, remain fixed.有人称她为“跨种族”(transracial)。有人觉得她的伪装是种侮辱,尤其想到这个国家正日复一日地注意到,一身黑皮肤会带来怎样的危险。黑人男女被白人警察和平民在各种各样的暴力情境下打死,这样的身份认同始终牢不可破。But there was something oddly compelling about Dolezal, too. She represented — dementedly but also earnestly — a longing to transcend our historical past and racialized present. This is a country founded on independence and yet comfortable with racial domination, a country that has forever been trying to legislate the lines between whiteness and nonwhiteness, between borrowing and genocidal theft. We’ve wanted to think we’re better than a history we can’t seem to stop repeating. Dolezal’s unwavering certainty that she was black was a measure of how seriously she believed in integration: It was as if she had arrived in a future that hadn’t yet caught up to her.但在多尔扎尔的身上却又有一种奇怪的吸引力。她用一种疯狂而又恳切的方式,表达了超越我们的历史过往和种族化当下的渴望。这个国家在独立中诞生,却可以对种族霸权心安理得,这个国家一直费尽心机通过法律明确白与非白、借用与灭族盗取的区分。虽然总是无法避免重复历史,但我们曾认为自己没有看上去那么糟。多尔扎尔毅然决然地认定自己是个黑人,说明了她对种族融合有何等的信心:仿佛她已经抢先到达了某个未来世界。It wasn’t so long ago that many Americans felt they were living in that future. Barack Obama’s election was the dynamite that broke open the country. It was a moment. It was the moment. Obama was biological proof of some kind of progress — the product of an interracial relationship, the kind that was outlawed in some states as recently as 1967 but was normalized. He seemed to absolve us of original sin and take us past this stupid, dangerous race stuff. What if suddenly anything was possible? What if we could be and do whatever and whoever we wanted? In that moment, the country was changing. We were changing.这种置身未来的感觉,美国人不久前刚刚领略过。贝拉克·奥巴马(Barack Obama)的当选将这个国家炸得四分五裂。那是一个瞬间。无与伦比的瞬间。奥巴马为某种进步提供了生理据——他是一个跨种族关系的产物,而就在1967年,这样的产物在某些州还是非法的,只是被常态化了。他似乎赦免了我们的原罪,让我们可以把那些愚蠢而危险的种族问题抛诸脑后。要是突然之间一切皆有可能了呢?我们可以做任何事、成为任何人?那一刻,这个国家变了。我们变了。Before Obama ran for president, when we tended to talk about racial identity, we did so as the defense of a settlement. Black was understood to be black, nontransferably. Negro intellectuals — Ralph Ellison and Albert Murray and James Baldwin, for starters — debated strategies for equality and tolerance. Some of them asserted that to be black was also to be American, even if America begged to differ. For most of those many decades, blackness stood in opposition to whiteness, which folded its arms and said that was black people’s problem. But Obama became everybody’s problem. He was black. He was white. He was hope. He was apocalypse. And he brought a lot of anxiety into weird relief. We had never really had a white president until we had a black one.在奥巴马参选总统之前,每当试图展开种族身份的讨论,我们总是会为一种和解做辩护。我们懂得,黑人是黑人,是不可转换的。以拉尔夫·埃里森(Ralph Ellison)、阿尔伯特·穆瑞(Albert Murray)、詹姆斯·鲍德温(James Baldwin)为首的黑人知识分子曾探讨争取平等和宽容的战略。其中一些人提出黑人也是美国人的主张,尽管美利坚不以为然。在那几十年间,黑白基本上是保持对立的,白人一方双臂抱胸,说那是黑人的问题。但奥巴马成了所有人的问题。他是黑人。他是白人。他是希望。他是启示。他把许多的焦虑变成了奇怪的解脱。在有黑人总统之前,我们没有过真正的白人总统。This radical hope, triggered by Obama, ushered in a period of bi- and transracial art — art that probed the possibility that we really had transcended race, but also ridiculed this hope with an acid humor. During Obama#39;s past year in office, those works of art have taken on an even darker, more troubled tone as we keep looking around and seeing how little has really changed.这种被奥巴马触发的根本希望,开创了一个双种族和跨种族艺术时期——其间的创作探究了我们从真正意义上超越种族的可能性,同时又用尖酸的幽默嘲弄了希望本身。在奥巴马过去一年的执政里,这类艺术作品开始有了一种更阴暗、不安的气息,因为我们环顾四周,发现其实没有什么真正的改变。When the Dolezal story broke, I was partway through Nell Zink’s ‘‘Mislaid,’’ one of the four new satirical novels of race I this year — Jess Row’s ‘‘Your Face in Mine,’’ Paul Beatty’s ‘‘The Sellout’’ and Mat Johnson’s ‘‘Loving Day’’ were the others. (I also Fran Ross’s long-lost, recently reissued ‘‘Oreo.’’) But Zink’s was the only one that felt like an energy ing of Dolezal. Zink’s white heroine, Peggy, has run off with her daughter, Mireille, and decided to take the birth certificate of a dead black girl named Karen Brown and use it for Mireille, while changing her own name to Meg.多尔扎尔事件刚曝光时,我正在看奈尔·津克(Nell Zink)的《遗失》(Mislaid),那是我这一年看的四本新出版的种族讽刺小说之一——其他几本是耶斯·罗(Jess Row)的《我脸中的你的脸》(Your Face in Mine)、保罗·比蒂(Paul Beatty)的《出卖》(The Sellout)和马特·约翰逊(Mat Johnson)的《洛文日》(Loving Day)(我还看了弗兰·罗斯[Fran Ross]那本被遗忘多年、新近再版的《奥利奥》[Oreo])。但只有津克的书给我感觉像一本多尔扎尔的能量读物。津克的白人女主人公佩姬带着女儿梅瑞尔离家出走,并拿了一个名叫凯伦·布朗的已故黑人女孩的出生,作为梅瑞尔的身份明,同时把自己的名字改成了梅格。The next year, Karen was 4 years old going on 5 and still blond. Nonetheless registering her for first grade as a black 6-year-old was easy as pie.第二年,凯伦刚四岁多、快五岁,而且是一头金发。但她还是轻而易举地以一个六岁黑人孩子的身份入学,开始上一年级。Maybe you have to be from the South to get your head around blond black people. Virginia was settled before slavery began, and it was diverse. There were tawny black people with hazel eyes. Black people with auburn hair, skin like butter and eyes of deep blue-green. Blond, blue-eyed black people resembling a recent chairman of the N.A.A.C.P.可能只有南方人才能理解金发黑人是怎么回事。弗吉尼亚的定居先于蓄奴,因此是很多元的。那里有棕褐色皮肤、浅褐色眼睛的黑人。赤褐色头发、肤色似黄油、眼睛是深蓝绿色的黑人。跟近年的某任NAACP主席相似的金发、蓝眼睛黑人。 /201601/421921Researchers say there#39;s one simple way to fix your marriage; say #39;thank you#39; to your partner.研究人员指出,要想使婚姻关系变得稳固,最简单的一个方法就是对伴侣说“谢谢你”。A new study has found gratitude and believing that your partner values you, directly influences how you behave in your marriage, as well as your levels of commitment.最新研究表明,感恩的心情以及相信配偶对自己的珍视,会直接影响一个人在婚姻中的行为和对婚姻的忠诚度。Scientists at Georgia University asked 468 married people questions about their finances, communication style and how grateful they felt towards their partner.乔治亚州大学的科学家对468名已婚人士进行调查,了解他们的财务情况、与伴侣的沟通方式以及他们对伴侣是否怀有感恩之心。They found that gratitude consistently predicts how happy someone will be in their marriage.他们发现,感恩的心态会直接决定一个人在婚姻中的幸福程度。#39;It goes to show the power of ;thank you,;#39; said the study#39;s lead author Allen Barton, a postdoctoral research associate at UGA#39;s Center for Family Research.该研究的发起者、佐治亚大学家庭研究中的一名士后研究员艾伦·巴顿(Allen Barton)说,这点显示出了“谢谢你”的力量他是。#39;Even if a couple is experiencing distress and difficulty in other areas, gratitude in the relationship can help promote positive marital outcomes.#39;“即便一对夫妻正在经历着拮据和其他方面的困难,感激之情也有助于促进夫妻关系朝积极的方向发展”。The study also found that higher levels of saying #39;thank you#39; protected men and women from the damage caused when arguing.研究还发现,经常表达谢意能避免夫妻因争吵而损害彼此间的感情。#39;Importantly, we found that when couples are engaging in a negative conflict pattern like demand/withdrawal, expressions of gratitude and appreciation can counteract or buffer the negative effects of this type of interaction on marital stability,#39; said Ted Futris, an associate professor at Georgia University.乔治亚州大学副教授泰德·福翠丝(Ted Futris)表示:“重要的是我们发现当夫妻两个处于像强势和被动型搭配的消极冲突模式中时,感恩和欣赏的情感表达能够消减或缓冲这种互动模式给婚姻稳定带来的负面影响。”#39;This is the first study to document the protective effect that feeling appreciated by your spouse can have for marriages,#39; Barton said.巴顿说:“这还是首个明得到配偶的欣赏,对婚姻关系有保护作用的研究”。#39;We think it is quite important as it highlights a practical way couples can help strengthen their marriage, particularly if they are not the most adept communicators in conflict.#39;“我们认为,这十分重要,它为夫妻双方指明了一种有助于巩固其婚姻关系的实用方法,如果两人在发生争执时都不善于交流就更是如此。”Results from this study also back up earlier research on something known as demand/withdraw communication, as well as how money problems can damage marriage.这项研究的结果也明了此前有关强势/被动型交流模式,以及金钱问题会破坏婚姻关系方面的研究。#39;Demand/withdraw communication occurs when one partner tends to demand, nag or criticise, while the other responds by withdrawing or avoiding the confrontation,#39; Barton said.巴顿说:“当夫妻一方有需要、开始唠叨或吹毛求疵的时候,就会发生强势/被动型交流模式,而另一方以消极被动方式回应,或者回避争执”。#39;Although wife demand/husband withdraw interactions appear more commonly in couples, in the current study we found financial distress was associated with lower marital outcomes through its effects on increasing the total amount of both partners#39; demand/withdraw interactions.#39;“虽然妻子强势/被动搭配的互动模式在夫妻关系中更为常见,在目前的研究中 我们发现,财务上的拮据会导致欠佳的婚姻,因为财务问题会增加夫妻双方强势/被动模式的互动。”He explained that when couples are stressed about making ends meet, they are more likely to be critical of each other, as well as defensive. Gratitude, however, can interrupt this cycle, he claims.他解释说,当夫妻为收平衡所烦恼时,他们更可能会对彼此横加指责,也会为自己进行辩护,但感恩可以中断这种恶性循环。This was measured in terms of the degree to which individuals felt appreciated by their spouse, valued by their spouse and acknowledged when they did something nice for their spouse.这是根据某人做了些有助于配偶的事,而后感到自己受到配偶的欣赏、认可程度来衡量的。#39;All couples have disagreements and argue,#39; Futris said. #39;And, when couples are stressed, they are likely to have more arguments.“所有夫妻都会出现分歧和争吵,” 福翠丝说。当夫妻感到紧张时,很可能会发生更多争吵。#39;What distinguishes the marriages that last from those that don#39;t is not how often they argue, but how they argue and how they treat each other on a daily basis.#39;“持久和失败婚姻的区别并非在于夫妻多久吵一次架,而是他们在日常生活中吵架和对待彼此的方式。” /201510/406289

Recently, a map of China#39;s top ten gathering places for singles became an internet hit. The map has triggered extensive discussions among netizens.近日,中国十大单身聚集城市的地图在网上走红。这张图片也引起了大众的热烈讨论。Statistics from the Ministry of Civil Affairs show that there are nearly 200 million single people on the Chinese mainland, and more and more women voluntarily choose to be single. In 1990, 6 percent of the total population lived alone, while in 2013, the figure was 14.6 percent. From the map, we can see that Tianjin, Sichuan and Heilongjiang are the top three gathering places for singles in China.来自于民政部的数据显示,中国大陆有近2亿单身人口,而且越来越多的女性自愿选择单身。1990年,只有6%的人口独居,而2013年独居人口高达14.6%。从地图上可以看出,天津、四川、黑龙江是中国独居人口最多的地区。Why do so many people now choose to be single? Is it because true love is scarcer? The answer may be complicated. However, generally speaking, the trend of staying single has much to do with the following factors.为什么越来越多的人选择单身呢?因为真爱太少见了?或许是很复杂的。但是,一般说来,单身潮流的兴起大致有以下几个因素。First of all, women have become more economically independent, which is an important condition for doing away with male chauvinism and a patriarchal society. Economically independent women have changed women#39;s dependence on men in love and marriage. Nowadays, women have the ability to plan their own lives.第一,越来越多的女性开始经济独立,这是脱离大男子主义和男权社会的主要因素。女性经济独立改变了女性对于男性在爱情和婚姻方面的依赖。现在,女性有能力计划好自己的生活。Secondly, information tools have changed people#39;s interactions, including how men and women get along with one another. It is easier to establish social relations, and singles find no difficulty in acquiring intimate companions.第二,信息交流工具改变了人们之间的联系,包括男女之间的相处方式。建立社会联系很简单,单身人士很容易和其他人建立密切的伙伴关系。Thirdly, people#39;s attitudes toward childbirth have changed. Marriage has historically been largely in service of carrying on the family line. Today, the birth rate of urban, white-collar women continues to reach new lows. Some women even try freezing their eggs to extend the possibility of childbearing. What#39;s more, fewer and fewer people get married for the purpose of having children.第三,人们对生育孩子的观念改变了。婚姻素来被认为是主要用来传宗接代的。但是今天,城市白领女性的生育率越来越低。一些女性甚至尝试冷冻卵子来延长生育孩子的期限。而且越来越少的人为了生育孩子才选择结婚。 /201512/415065

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