The experience of an 82 year old woman and 300 delinquents has been exposed, causing countless silence

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 The experience of an 82 year old woman and 300 delinquents has been exposed, causing countless silence


Then, on the social platform, search for young people who have left home and want to find free accommodation.

2. The social circle is very small.

3. Suicidal tendency.

Baishi Longhao has nine lives on his back.

The youngest is only 15 years old.

He killed and dismembered these young men in his apartment.

After the exposure of the case, the whole society of Japan was shocked.

At the same time, it also pushed a serious social problem in Japan to the stage again.

That is: the phenomenon of young people running away from home.

In Japan, more and more young people are running away from home.

The NHK documentary missing, 30000 young people missing in Japan gives a grim set of data.

The age ranged from 10 to 30 years old.

68.2% of these cases can be recovered within a week.

And thats just on record.

More young people are disappearing.

Young people who cant be found have entered the society.

They are homeless.

Theres no money in hand.

Its hard to find a job because youre too young.

Or, look for free accommodation on the Internet.

Or, cheat in society.

In 2014, a survey by the Japanese police agency showed that 48000 young people were arrested for illegal activities.

Among them, 1.69 people are former criminals.

The recidivism rate is as high as 34.9%, which is the highest in Japanese history.

Juvenile delinquency has become a serious social problem in Japan.

Countless media are concerned about how to reduce such crimes and let children return to their families and normal life track.

Heavier punishment?

In Hiroshima, a grandmother over 80 gave a different answer.

Later,

She joined the Department of protection,

As a volunteer,

More and more years of criminals have entered her life, which makes her think about a problem

In the end, she came to the conclusion that she was too hungry.

Its reality.

Most of the children who will run away from home are very bad.

But after leaving home,

They are too young to find a job at all.

The hardest part is,

According to the law, minors must be guaranteed by their guardians,

In order to live in hotels and rent houses.

So,

After entering the society,

They still face the problem of homelessness.

No place to live.

Cant find a job.

They can only take risks.

After rescuing juvenile offenders,

A bowl of rice can be a lifesaver.

Even the children who have fallen into crime are pulled out of the abyss.

So she made a decision: to cook for the children who left home.

Every morning.

Such scenes will appear in grandma Nakamotos small apartment.

Come back, welcome, she said with a smile as she opened the door

The children came in one after another.

What do you want to eat today? he asked

Its very similar. Its natural for grandson to go to his grandmothers house.

Carefully put each pair of shoes in order.

The children were playing in the living room.

She is in the kitchen preparing for todays cooking.

Its the childrens favorite parent-child.

The empty stomach is filled.

The lonely heart is also pouring into the warm current.

There is a lot of good intentions hidden in the meal.

And to help them get back on track.

A small table, there are countless problem teenagers.

On this table,

Having food to eat, making friends,

She has been taken care of by Nana Nakamoto, who is not related by blood.

She was always at the table, gently persuading the children not to steal and not to commit crimes.

If youre hungry, come and eat at Grandmas house.

The children who ran away from home had already despaired of life.

Nakamotos grandmother is their only light.

No matter how much pain has been suffered, as long as you come to grandmas house, you can eat a hot meal.

Most children are not born evil.

Children are forced to accept and can only quickly integrate into the new family.

The more unpopular child is likely to be ostracized by the new family just in the process of restructuring.

They were abandoned.

A home is no home.

Even if parents are both, they are not luckier.

Where can children go?

The only thing they can rely on is their parents.

on one occasion.

Grandma Nakamoto received a girls help.

People around her accused the girl of being unfilial.

Violence is used to attract attention.

Most of the children who come and go to my grandmothers home have a painful past.

In the eyes of their parents, they are useless people.

In the eyes of society, they are scum.

Only grandma Nakamoto treated them as ordinary children.

Give them food.

Give them a place to stay.

Care about their future.

Listen to their pain.

Accept their mistakes.

And give them another chance to be reborn.

More than 300 children have been rescued by Nakamotos grandmother.

They admitted that if there was no grandmother, they would have been dead for a long time.

It was grandma who gave them hope.

After a long time of rescue, Mrs. Nakamoto began to think about a new problem

The answer is No.

More parents dont know how to love at all.

Grandma Nakamoto meets a middle-aged woman.

Three sons of a woman,

All of them have had meals in Nakamotos grandmothers house.

This meeting,

Its to send a letter to a woman.

The letter was written by a child.

Since the children entered the juvenile prison, Nakamotos grandmother has been running forward and back.

Frequent visits.

Talk to the kids.

The children melted.

Nakamotos grandmother came to her mother with the letter.

In the outside world, women are undoubtedly a failed mother.

All over the body.

Im just hanging around.

But Grandma Nakamoto doesnt think so.

Women live in a family without warmth since childhood.

Love is never nature.

Its a skill to learn.

Therefore, Nakamotos grandmother hopes to solve the problem from the root.

Only let parents feel love and learn to love, can we reduce the tragedy of children running away from home.

In 2018.

The NHK program team filmed the story of Nakamotos grandmother.

In the documentary, there is a scene that makes me feel deeply.

Someone asked grandma, do you still want to continue to help the juvenile delinquent?

Who knows, Nakamotos grandmother is adamant: Im not. Im tired to death.

One side complained: I dont cook today, I want to have a rest.

On the other hand, he made Porphyra rice balls.

After making the rice balls.

Grandma Nakamoto went back to the living room and picked up the phone.

Its a child who asked for help again.

After carefully inquiring about the good situation, Mrs. Nakamoto and her child made an appointment to come home for dinner at 3:00 p.m.

Before hanging up, she also repeatedly told.

Many people dont understand Nakamotos grandmother.

He is 82 years old, but he still insists on getting up at 3 oclock every day.

Just for a bunch of irrelevant kids.

In this regard, Nakamotos grandmother just smiles: if there is no child to you for help, then you will not understand.

In that year, Nakamotos grandmother was in contact with a juvenile delinquent for the first time.

Everyone cant decide their origin.

But we should not lose the right to happiness because of the pain of the original family.

If you have to have a guide.

At that time, Nakamotos grandmother had secretly decided to become a transit station for pain and rebirth.

Almost all the children loved by Nakamotos grandmother have a new life.

Take off the coat of indifference,

They learned what love is and how to empathize with others.

Now, actually also down-to-earth, began to work hard.

There are also goals and dreams that I want to strive for.

Its not natural to know that grandma Nakamotos help.

So give back to them.

They share every best fruit of their life with grandma Nakamoto.

I think thats why grandma Nakamoto has always insisted.

Knowing ones own bowl of rice and one word of concern may change ones life.

This sense of responsibility made her dare not slack off.

And she was also infected by the children, enjoying their rewards.

At the time of writing this article, I spent a week watching the documentary over and over again.

I was shocked by the story of Nakamotos grandmother.

In recent years, more and more juvenile delinquency makes people tremble and chill.

Countless people support and severely punish young people who break the law.

It seems that as long as the punishment is increased, the tragedy of juvenile delinquency can be reduced.

But is it really that the penalty is too light?

no, it isnt.

What we should really think about is:

Why do children commit crimes?

If the paper is loved, it will paint a rainbow; if it suffers pain, it will be black with despair.

As Freud put it: unexpressed emotions never disappear. Theyre just buried alive, and one day theyll explode in a more ugly way.

The reason why teenagers commit crimes.

And that cant be solved by severe punishment.

The only way is to pay enough attention and love correctly.