agoraphobia, again

I haven’t felt like talking. The world is strange and violent so I stay in my house. I’m familiar with the cold grip of agoraphobia and I know from experience that the longer you sequester yourself in the perceived safety of home and head, the harder it is to step back out onto the streets of an town plagued with indifference towards you. The more time you take on your break from humanity, the harder it is to forge new connections. But right now, idgaf. Right now, I’m not leaving.

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