- When one is 'ostracized' one has a ginourmous amount of time to read. I have almost read a total of 50 books in 2008 alone. Nothing surpasses reading excessive amounts.
- Savouring wonderful, wonderful solitude.
- One has all the time in the world to do whatever one wants.
- Because you spend so much time alone, you have all the time in the world to think so you therefore become far more astute and sharper than everyone else.
- One loses contact with reality and political/current events, which is a good thing.
- The possibility of starting artistic projects without interruption: novels, short stories, musical compositions, etc.
- Since you have been rejected by society, you subconsciously enjoy anything that 'goes against the grain' and you discover a lot of wonderful, strange music and literature as a consequence of that.
- Compulsive masturbation
- The lack of human contact is 'mentally unhealthy' and results in mental illnesses such as depression and psychosis (the latter happened to me).
- Because everyone has rejected you, you gradually become misanthropic and hate all humans and the human condition.
- You loathe certain individuals even though you know nothing about them.
- You talk to no-one except your father.
- The niggling feeling and knowledge that there are like-minded individuals who are on the same wavelength as you, but they're nowhere near around your proximity.