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Kelly McGonigal TED演讲:如何让压力成为朋友

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       I have a confession to make, but first, I want you to make a little confession to me. In the past year, I want you to just raise your hand
       我要坦白一个事实 但是首先,我希望你们 能够对我做出一点坦白。 在过去的一年里,只要举手就好
 
        If you've experienced relatively little stress. Anyone?
       你们是否经历过相对较小的压力。 有人吗?
 
        How about a moderate amount of stress?
       那么中等量的压力呢?
 
       Who has experienced a lot of stress? Yeah. Me too.
       谁又经历过很多的压力呢? 好的。我也一样。
 
       But that is not my confession. My confession is this: I am a health psychologist, and my mission is to help people be happier and healthier. But I fear that something I've been teaching for the last 10 years is doing more harm than good, and it has to do with stress. For years I've been telling people, stress makes you sick. It increases the risk of everything from the common cold to cardiovascular disease. Basically, I've turned stress into the enemy. But I have changed my mind about stress, and today, I want to change yours.
       但是那不是我要坦白的。 我要坦诚的是:我是一个健康心理学家, 我的任务是使人们更加的开心和健康。 但是,我恐怕过去十年我一直所教授的 带来的坏处要超过好处, 这些都与压力有关。 多年以来,我一直告诉人们,压力能够使你们变得脆弱。 压力能够增加患上很多疾病的风险:从普通感冒到心血管疾病等 到心血管疾病。 事实上,我把压力看作敌人。 但是,我已经改变了我对压力的看法, 而且今天,我也要改变你们对压力的看法。
 
       Let me start with the study that made me rethink my whole approach to stress. This study tracked 30,000 adults in the United States for eight years, and they started by asking people, "How much stress have you experienced in the last year?" They also asked, "Do you believe that stress is harmful for your health?" And then they used public death records to find out who died.
       让我以一个使我重新思考我所有对压力看法的 研究开始。 这个研究追踪了30,000 个美国成年人 8 年,研究以问这些被研究者 “在过去的一年里,你们经历过多少的压力”开始 同时,他们也被问到:“ 你们相信 压力对你们的健康是有害的吗? 之后,研究者使用公众死亡记录 来确定谁死亡了。
 
       (Laughter)
      (笑)
 
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