[b] is afraid of disgrace, or the parents' [/b]
in fact, the dwell people are not suddenly appearing overnight.
according to the New York Times, as early as 1980s, Japan began to observe it as a social phenomenon. At that time, the definition of "living in isolation" was a young man who often sleepy, refused to communicate, and often stayed alone in his room.
2016, a three - year Yokohama resident's room was drawn from the photographer's personal website
90, and when the psychologist Tamaki Saito just practising, he received a wave of parents who came to ask for help for the child's autism. In the 20 years of research, he found that the number of the group is rising rapidly, and the average age is increasing. In 2010, the average age had risen from 21 to 32. There are different reasons why young people fall into such a state of
. Some like a gong, I feel that you can't handle your life, not face the pressure of the surrounding; and people are trapped in a particular event, such as bad grades or lovelorn...
more serious is that for the Japanese, they have "insufficient for external" multiple pressures.
"Sekentei", such as "the world" ("the world"), is a very playful Japanese word that refers to the reputation of a person in all walks of life, and the pressure to impress others, which is an important psychological foundation for the Japanese.
, therefore, the longer they are far away from the community, the longer they are far from the community, the more they realize their failure in the society. They have lost their once self-respect and self-confidence, and they are becoming more and more fearful after they come out of the family.
at the same time, there is another psychological feature in Japanese Society - amae, which refers to children's special dependence or behavior on their mothers, which are reflected in all aspects of interpersonal relationships, such as teachers and students, between children and children.
under the care of my parents, there is also a kind of expectation that children can get out and get a place at least in society, which also reveals why, among boys, the eldest son often becomes the "disaster area" of a dwell - dwelling family, because the father tends to place the greatest on the eldest son. Expectations.