Social sensitivity disorder is a tendency to feel uncomfortable and oppressed in front of others and to avoid contact with others. It is generally an introverted deviation behavior. Students with social disabilities are ashamed to act and often evade the interpersonal situations that they may be exposed to with an excessive sensitivity, lest they be subject to any potential criticism and humiliation and uneasiness. They fear facing social situations, fearing negative comments from others, fears being rejected, being left out, and fearing intimate contact. ;;; The negative impact on the growth of children and adolescents is multifaceted: it is difficult to make new friends, and it is difficult to share intimacy and care with others; it is difficult to communicate effectively with others, thus hindering the expression of their opinions and the maintenance of their own rights and interests; Misunderstandings of others hinder the correct assessment of others, because students with social disabilities always give an impression of being unfriendly, untrustworthy, unfair, and lacking in enthusiasm, making it difficult for others to understand his true ability; Strengthened his frustration, loneliness, and inferiority.