1. under house arrest
2. being limited from what you been doing in your own home because of overwhelming or unexpected interference, mainly from people that's too close for comfort.
EXAMPLE: Being a prisoner in your own home can relate to anyone sticking around more than you want them to because it kills or changes where you feel the most comfortable which is at home.
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