On November 9, 11, and 13, 2020, student suicides occurred one after another at National Taiwan University, and the whole society was shrouded in depression and anxiety. On the one hand, there is an urgent need to activate a mechanism to prevent similar incidents from happening again. On the other hand, we are thinking about what to do next: Is it because the school has insufficient tutoring resources, excessive academic pressure, and students’ low resistance to pressure...?
Or is there something wrong with the whole structure? We don't need to blame the entire problem on National Taiwan University, because photo background removing campus suicides cannot only occur at National Taiwan University, but universities all over Taiwan need to be alert to this tragedy. Therefore, this paper considers the relationship between the role of "school" and the needs of "students" from a psychological point of view. The school must become a new family and rekindle students' hope for life A hundred years ago, the psychologist Freud proposed an idea about suicide among middle school students , and he noticed that school suicide is often associated with depression.
In his psychoanalytic discourse, the disappointment of the individual with love and connection creates a hidden motive (such as not wanting to suffer any more, not wanting to obey internal and external demands), and finally abandons the nature of self-preservation and goes to the end. way. In order to deal with the issue of campus suicide, Freud believes: "The school must give the student the desire to survive, and be his support and backing. This state of development can force the student to loosen his bond with his parents and family." Solid family support is of course important, but Freud's remarks are assuming that students who ultimately seek suicide often have the trauma of growing up in their family of origin and have been subjected to