Sense of Presence and Worth: The Self-seeking of Left-behind Children
The meaning of life is to become oneself through self-seeking. The abnormal behavior of left-behind children is also a manifestation of self-seeking. ＂Bad children＂ are the labels that adults place in their own positions and give children who have abnormal behaviors; but in the eyes of children， these behaviors are the means they use to highlight their existence and value. Although left-behind children do not have as much experience， knowledge， and the ability to fully integrate information as adults do， they also have their own sense of existence and value， and those unnatural behaviors are merely non-standard performances that establish a sense of presence and value. Therefore， from the perspective of education， educators should be aware of their own misconceptions about left-behind children， help to cut off the “psychological umbilical cord” of left-behind children， and confirm themselves with socially-sanctioned methods， and provide constant love for left-behind children.
|關鍵詞||留守儿童、自我寻求、反常行为、坏孩子、left-behind children、self-seeking、abnormal behavior、bad boy|