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Memory Hack

by Mathew John (2020-01-03)


It is thought language barriers and cultural Memory Hack Review differences are less of an issue for second or third generation Chinese, who have integrated into the host country. Indeed, the English language has a rich source of adjectives to describe internal experience - such as despondent, despairing, disillusioned, gloomy, unhappy, miserable and so on - there may not be so many direct equivalents in the Asian languages. More probably, Asian clients may struggle to find English equivalents for words that they know perfectly well in their own mother tongue.Over 2000 adults were interviewed about their perceptions of barriers to help seeking for two specific problems - alcoholism, and severe emotional problems. The Caucasian group perceived less barriers than any of the other Asian groups, and this remained so after controlling for various sociodemographic variables. A sense of shame was rated quite highly across each non-Caucasian ethnic group, and this is discussed in more detail later in the section. The second most popular response across groups was that services were inappropriate, or that they just weren't aware of them. Interestingly the least most important factor was accessibility of services and ethnic match of the therapist.

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