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Even knowing there's people in the same building as me makes it impossible to fully relax and be myself, and it kills any productivity. It feels so restricting.

How do you achieve complete isolation from humans?


>living with people brings me pain
You are people too.


No way.


I feel you. But I don't have a answer for you problem.


I'm on a trip right now, which I absolutely could not dodge. It's my parents anniversary.
I absolutely hate being here and this is the last time I'm ever coming. I hate being in the room because I'm being recorded, and even if I didn't it's uncomfortable because it's not my house. I can't go out either because everyone looks at me funny.


What do you mean you're being recorded?!?!


I know what you mean. My Mother moved in this dysfunctional family into our home who fought and screamed at each other 24/7 while she went to live with her friend for a year.

I went from a relatively productive early bird neet to somebody who only binged youtube videos and sleep excessive amounts of hours. Unfortunately for me, she has found a new family to move in as of recent.

As for your question…
I don't think it's possible to achieve complete isolation from humans. Especially not as a hikki/neet. Perhaps if you worked a nightshift or something it could be comfortable enough.


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I have lived my whole life sharing a room, I know your pain. You can never fully relax, you never have a place to call solely your own, you are forced supress emotions that you may be able to let out alone. You are constantly being judged by your family no matter where you are in the house. You have nowhere to escape.

It may be possible to achieve isolation, but I sure wouldn't have a clue how.

Having a dysfunctional family is a large part of the issue, especially when they are volatile. I feel for you anon.


what the hell, don't you have priority over this family living there? don't be afraid to assert your presence even if it's silent, it was your house first and they're the strangers.


if his mom is letting them in and they have numbers, they clearly don't have a say


I'm in the same boat. I live in an apartment with three other people since I'm a college student, and sometimes I would rather piss in a cup and dump it later than risk bumping into anyone on the way to the shared bathroom.

When I go to supermarkets, the thought of how many people were required to make all the flooring/ceiling/racks/commodities makes me freak out. I feel like there's a million hands all reaching out at me. It doesn't help that I'm a Muricafag, so of course I feel scummy because the migrant people working the commercial bakeries and packaging machines and whatever are having an infinitesimally more difficult life just for me to be here pissing my pants at the thought of never being able to achieve real isolation.


I can relate. I've had to live with family in a cramped flat for the past 4+ years and it is actually so suffocating to the point that the only time I truly feel like I'm alone is during the middle of the night when everyone else is asleep.


They're filming with smartphones.


lmao just tell them to stop



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