- “Forced rescue”, ignoring the psychological needs of life itself, taking various subjective “good for you” rescue actions, without obtaining its situation, life notification, and willing compromise (agreeing to rescue) premise, then step by step is adopted.
- Causing life itself to be disabled, or even death. Such rescue and coercion, “murder” have little difference, and one between is the motive of “good and bad”. Of course there are “mistakes”, that need to be responsible.
- Regarding both parties, different expressions of rescue psychology. In education and society, the essence of personal grief lacks an atmosphere of humanistic care.