Have you ever had any experience giving someone a gift they didn't love? Zhu: Speaking of unloved gifts. When I was in college, there was a gift exchange in the department. I went to the stationery store with my best friend at the time, and the two laughed and said that they wanted to buy an unforgettable dumbfounded gift to exchange, isn't it a second year! We took the "bad gifts" seriously, and waited wickedly to see who would get them. As a result, not fooling me, I got his gift, and he got mine. In the mood of mischief, he finally returned to himself.
When 2020 just crossed over, many people said to me Photo Manipulation Services at the same time: "This year is inexplicably so good that it doesn't feel like New Year's Eve!" "January passed in such a hurry, I am inexplicably at a loss!" Yes, before the end of February this year, a lot of things happened one after another: Australian wildfires, Turkey earthquake, Kobe Bryant's sudden death, African locust plague...and the "COVID-19" (2019 novel coronavirus) that we are still spreading. disease, also referred to as Wuhan pneumonia) epidemic. All these events have made 2020 seem chaotic and unprepared.
Especially the recent outbreak of the new coronavirus has not eased, the ensuing mask chaos, the postponement of the opening of major schools, and more and more changes have brought anxiety. Thinking about it carefully, the virus requires people to be in the same space and contact as a medium to spread, but anxiety and panic can spread far and wide through the Internet. Maybe you will ask: "Can you not be anxious when you see the rising number of confirmed cases?" "Can you not worry about so many bad things happening in the world?" Yeah, it would be naive not to worry. However, positive psychologists will warn: "Don't endlessly expand your worry.