Dr. Miao:At Berthiaume College, we take mental health issues very seriously.
That's why we have so many mental health services on campus.
Dr. Miao:Well, for example, there is a meeting tonight of our support group for anorexics and bulimics.
Tomorrow night, I'll be speaking to a group of students about depression to make them aware of the warning signs.
Dean:Those are very important issues.
Dr. Miao:Yes, they are.
In this student health center, we see cases ranging from social anxiety disorder to schizophrenia.
In addition to serious mental disorders, college students are at risk of developing many types of antisocial behaviors resulting from the pressures of college and the stress of being on their own.
Dean:I know what you mean. One of my roommates copes with stress by binge drinking.
迪安:我明白你的意思 。我的一个室友用酗酒的方式缓解压力 。
My other roommate has become obsessive-compulsive. You should see how clean our apartment is.
我的其他室友已经变得具有强迫性 。你应该去看看我们的公寓被他们打扫的有多干净 。
Dr. Miao:And you? How have you been dealing with the stress?
Dean:Me? I think I'm the only well-adjusted one in the group.
Dr. Miao:Are you sure?
You seem to have developed a nervous habit of pulling your hairs out one at a time.
Dean:What?! No, I haven't.
迪安:什么? !不,我没有 。
Dr. Miao:Denying you have a problem is often a sign that you have a problem.
Dr. Miao:Shh! We don't use the c-word here. Come with me.
苗博士:嘘!我们这里不能使用这个C开头的字眼 。随我来 。
mental health 心理健康
social anxiety disorder 社交焦虑症
antisocial behavior 反社会行为
cope with 处理，应对