Recently, the office of the Ministry of Education issued an emergency notice of the office of the Ministry of education on the prevention of Internet Education for primary and middle school students, and a letter to the parents of primary and middle school students throughout the country. First, we must guide and supervise carefully; two, we must set examples and set examples; three, we should always accompany and increase family ties; four, we must guide our minds and promote health; It can be seen that the phenomenon of middle and primary school students addiction to Internet has attracted the attention of the education department, and a letter from the Ministry of education to the parents of the whole country is also important to teach parents how to cooperate with the school to prevent the childs addiction to the network. Objectively speaking, to prevent children from indulging in Internet is to make children grow up healthily, live up to the expectations of teachers and parents, and put more effort into their studies. But if we take an inappropriate way to prevent children from indulging in the Internet, it may backfire. In my article two years ago, I wrote that, like using electric shocks to quit Internet addiction, it will also endanger childrens ability to feel happy for a long time. In other words, Internet addiction may have been abstained, but children have also been harmed. From a psychological point of view, children indulge in the Internet is the result of losing control. The most important reason is the lack of self-esteem. Self esteem, in psychology, refers to a persons sense of self-worth. He believes that he is essentially a subjective evaluation of good or bad. High self-esteem children will value their values very much, so they care about their parents, teachers and others. They want to get and maintain others, especially important people like parents, teachers, and praise of their own. Therefore, children with high self-esteem usually sing the drum without a heavy hammer, they will try to do well according to their parents and teachers expectations. Well, its not hard to understand that when both parents and teachers think that addicting to the Internet is a bad problem, high self-esteem will not easily disappoint those people. Comparatively speaking, children with low self-esteem are different. They cant get praise from teachers and parents. They have lost their sense of self worth for a long time. They dont believe that they can get the praise of parents and teachers through their efforts. Even if they have occasional approval, they cant meet their expectations. Therefore, children with low self-esteem are prone to the negative attitude of broken cans and broken parents. The problem is that low self-esteem children also need the satisfaction of self-esteem. If they are not satisfied with their daily learning and life, they will be satisfied through other channels and channels. Games are one of the main ways to achieve self-esteem satisfaction among many low self-esteem primary and middle school students nowadays. Imagine a minors who could not get the approval of his parents in a family, not to be seen by the teacher in school, and feel like a waste in the eyes of others, but once he was immersed in the online game as a hero, he could not be addicted to it. What about the network? In fact, for parents, to cultivate high self-esteem children depends largely on their parental rearing patterns, specifically, to encourage and support children in communication and interaction, to avoid derogatory evaluation or to express disappointments to children from time to time. A child who is fully accepted by his parents and is fully supported is usually able to develop a higher level of self-esteem; relatively, a child whose parents often show disappointments and often have a clash of parent-child relationships often show the suppression of self-esteem, the dangers of various high-risk behaviors, and the addicted network. Its only one of them.