Locked Up In A Room Alone: The Hidden Psychological Collapse Haunts Japanese And Americans
By Elaine Meinel Supkis
The New York Times ran an interesting but incomplete article this week about Japanese children and young adults locking themselves in a room for years and years and refusing to even see their own parents. This is not just a Japanese problem, I know of cases here in America. It is simply hidden from view, obviously.
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