Self-imposed social isolation due to torture

For the torture victims it is an extreme stress to suffer from mental symptoms due to torture, more than from physical injury, because family and friends tend to react negatively when confronted with difficult behaviour, while obvious physical injuries elicit sympathy and understanding. Victim feels mentally changed and often "shut in", lonely and dominated by anxiety. Often the victim's mental state makes him or her impossible to live with.
(E) Emanations of other problems