Ostrich stands for being blind, escapist, timid, shy and evasive. Because when danger comes, ostriches always like to bury their heads in the sand, thinking that nothing will happen as long as they can’t see. It refers to a person who refuses to face difficulties and dangers.
Through psychological research, it is found that most modern people will adopt an avoidance attitude in the face of pressure, knowing that the problem is about to happen and not thinking about countermeasures, which will only make the problem more complex and more difficult to deal with. It’s like when ostriches are cornered, they put their heads into the sand. Similar to “ostrich mentality”, it is “hiding one’s ears and stealing one’s bell”.