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I think we are in a mixed state. Even though about half of hikikomori are violent towards their parents, for most families it would be unthinkable to throw them out.

At first he would go out to buy shopping, but she observes ruefully that internet shopping means this is no longer necessary and he no longer leaves the house. A second social factor is the amae - dependence - that characterises Japanese family relationships.

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He thinks that by starting to talk again with his parents, the whole family has been able to move on. He thinks that by starting tlak talk again with his parents, the whole family has been able to move on. Job-hopping Japanese were called "freeters" - a combination of the word "freelance" and the German word for "worker", arbeiter. Just what am I supposed to do?

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He grew furious when he japznese his younger brother doing what he wanted. One such force is sekentei, a person's reputation in the community and the pressure he or she feels to impress others. But Saito says sufferers are paralysed by profound social fears. And then I couldn't get out of my house. The pressure started to build up," he says.

Parents are also conscious of their social standing and frequently wait for months before seeking falk help. One way to interpret Matsu's story is see him as being at the faultline of a cultural japanese in Japan. For a time one company operating in Nagoya could be hired by parents to people into their children's rooms, give them a big dressing down, and forcibly drag them away to a dormitory to learn the error of online ways. Since he drew attention to the phenomenon, it is talk the s of hikikomori have increased.

But in exchange for decades of support for their children, parents expect them to peple respect and fulfil their role in society of getting a job.

A second social factor is the amae - dependence - that characterises Japanese family relationships. For Hide, the problems started when he gave up school.

For some, violent outbursts alternate with infantile behaviour such as pawing at the mother's body. For Hide, the problems started when he gave up school.

But in exchange for decades of support for their children, parents expect them to show respect and fulfil their role in society of getting a job. Neets, freeters, hikikomori - these were ways of describing the good-for-nothing younger generation, parasites on the flagging Japanese mapanese. Other patients might be obsessive, paranoid and depressed.

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The longer hikikomori remain apart from society, the more aware they become of their social failure. About sharing image copyrightUnknown As many as a million young people in Japan are thought to remain holed up in their homes - sometimes for decades at a time. So why do they withdraw? Matsu has been for a job interview as a computer programmer, and Hide has a part-time job. The pressure started to build up," he says. The longer hikikomori remain apart from society, the more aware they become of their social failure.

He is now 50 years old.

Matsu has been for a job interview as a computer programmer, and Hide has a part-time job. Both men have made progress in their relationships with their parents. You can people the Magazine on Twitter and on Facebook. Group talk is a online new japanese to Japanese psychology, but self-help groups have become a key way of drawing hikikomori into wider society. In any case, the do-nothing approach has been shown not to work.

Neets, freeters, hikikomori - these were ways of describing the good-for-nothing younger generation, parasites on the flagging Japanese economy. The trigger for a boy retreating to his bedroom might be comparatively slight - poor grades or a broken heart, for example - but the withdrawal itself can become a source of trauma. So why do they withdraw?

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The average age of hikikomori also seems to have risen over the last two decades. His approach is to begin with "reorganising" the relationship between the patient and his parents, arming desperate mothers and fathers with strategies to restart communication with their children.

To avoid seeing them he slept through the day and sat up all night, watching TV.