Hikikomori: An extreme form of social withdrawal


Although those who are socially withdrawn may still go online, they do not interact with anyone virtually. — 123rf.com

Yes, there is indeed such a thing.

Social withdrawal happens when someone intentionally avoids opportunities to be with other people.

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