Please call me when you don't want to go out.

Please call me when you don't want to go out.
In China, 77 of the 100 dormant syndromes are post-90s.

the content is about a group of people who do not go out, do not work, do not socialize, and spend every day in cramped and dark apartments, like cicadas dormant underground.

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because of their large number, they have a specific definition: refuses to participate in social life, especially school or work, does not have any close social relations, and has been "missing" for more than 6 months.

in Japan, such youth can reach 1 million, accounting for 1% of the total population.

their "disappearance" doesn't really disappear from the world, it just disappears from the eyes of the world, but in this connected world, there seems to be no difference between the two.

(a dormant's room)

Ya Hashimoto has been dormant for seven years.

he had hoped that traveling around the world would make a difference, but the reality was that after the trip, Hashimoto continued to live in seclusion for seven years.

Chujo's dream is to be a singer, but his father is not optimistic about his choice. His father has his own business and wants Chujo to do the same thing.

after two years of work, Chujo began to lock himself in his room.

the reason why we only say that we know each other is because we don't chat, we don't meet, we don't know anything about each other, and it's hard to be friends.

at that time, I heard other boys say that he was playing games all day in the Internet cafe on the street corner, with greasy hair and a cigarette in his mouth, sitting next to a group of out-of-school thugs, talking, laughing and swearing.

to ask why, they only said: "he is so timid that he doesn't dare to do anything, just for fear of being alone."

when I heard about him again, when I was about to take the college entrance examination, I happened to hear someone mention that he didn't go to school, stayed at home all day, and ate on takeout. One day he knocked on the takeout door so hard that he opened the door and beat him into the police station.

"the room is filled with shell noodles, snacks and scattered debris", "sometimes you don't even need to eat and drink, because the psychological barrier is much greater than the physical need", "the inner pressure is big enough to kill a dinosaur, but there are games to play, so as not to go crazy or commit suicide."

but he failed to meet such warm-hearted people as in the article, to communicate with him, to give him confidence, to re-establish his relationship with society, we were so close to him, but so irrelevant.

all kinds of pressure pressed them step by step, and finally forced them back home, the strongest, safest and most silent place.

this may be why adolescent friendships are bad. Everyone is just a casual acquaintance, underestimating too many vicious signs, small groups, social fears, campus violence, which are fermented in a closed environment. Became the shackles that later locked up too many people.

in contrast to the unfamiliar concept of "dormant", most young people with this tendency will call themselves "houses".

there are more and more young people around them who do not like to go out and only rely on Wechat and telephone to keep in touch with the outside world, such as the call for help of drowning people after they are aware of danger. This habitual act of staying at home seems to be more than just a "house".

that is, if necessary, the former can easily step out the door, but the latter can't, so you can try to check yourself:

if you find that persuading yourself to go out is a laborious task, you may already have a tendency to stay dormant.

now many people want to digest their own support when they encounter difficulties, but what I want to say to this group of people is: maybe your friends can really help you intentionally or unintentionally.

like the famous sentence of Taizaizhi, I originally wanted to die in winter, but received a summer kimono from a friend and gave up the idea.

if there is, in fact, you don't have to go to them. Maybe it's just a favor in your moments, an invitation in your spare time, or even a simple complaint to let them know: "there are still people who need them."

at the end of the article by NetEase spectators, the author looks forward to the day when the dormant people walk out of their homes, but for us, I think it is more important not to see the day when the post-90s generation enters the house.

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