A psychological consultant from Chongqing municipality in southwestern China recently went viral for "mistress dissuading" business, Huashang Daily reported on Monday, earning as much as 1 million yuan ($150,195) for a single contract.
The consultant, Yu Feng, who majored in psychology at college, started a marriage counseling company in Chongqing years ago after acquiring a psychological consultant certificate in 2003.
The main service of the company was the mediation of family conflicts, Yu said. He told Huashang Daily that extramarital affairs have been emerging in recent years with the improvement of people's material life, and marriages are even facing the threat of home wreckers. As a result, Yu started the business to dissuade mistresses, hoping to save more families and marriages.
According to Yu, his business is not like what has been described in TV dramas, and the service is legal and practical. He said violence or anything that goes against the law or morality is not allowed, because the goal is to protect marriages.
The company has not been sued so far, Yu added.
They help couples focus on problems in their marriage and try to reason with third parties in order to get the faraway hearts back where they belong. In addition, the company has gained substantial experience in dissuading mistresses.
Yu said that the largest contract value of the company has reached 1 million RMB, and it took nearly a whole year to settle the case.
Instead of covertness, extramarital relations have become more and more overt in recent years. "Material improvements are making people more casual and relaxed," Yu explained, pointing out the noteworthy decline in social morality.
He suggested that couples enhance mutual understanding and respect, and improve themselves to reach the independence of both personality and economy. Only by doing this can the marriage stabilize and stand the test of external pressure, Yu added.
(Source: People's Daily Online)
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