russian and original way to describe hikikomori of 19th century, first coined by dostoyevsky’s fans. living a depressing lifestyle after prolonged isolation (prison or home confinement) with constant self-doubts and inner incongruity with oneself; overly–n-lytical of oneself. often a result of combined mental illnesses that include, but not limited to: anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, paranoia, agoraphobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder.
—this guy’s been living in his parents’ bas-m-nt for a year now, after he finally came out, he start to self-deprecate, reflect on life, being negative towards people and he never smiles again.
—typical case of dostoyevschina.

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