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Submitted by Monika Jingchen Hu

Back in my home country China, seeking help from a professional counselor seems to admit that you are sick and/or mad. The standard way of coping with it is that if you have problems (usually they are considered as things having a short term effect; i.e. they are not supposed to be illness), you should go talk to your family or friends, and naturally as time goes by you will be fine. Hence professional counseling in China is such an undeveloped industry – little supply, and therefore little demand, and the circle goes on.

Submitted by Monika Jingchen Hu

The International House organizes GLS workshop series and today’s topic is “Eating Healthy on a Budget”, presented by Nutritionist Toni Ann Apadula (RD, LDN). Here is some advice that I think will be beneficial for many of us.