Rob Kardashian's Family 'At A Loss Over What To Do' About His Reclusive Behavior

Source: MEGA

May 20 2019, Published 11:34 p.m. ET

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Rob Kardashian has struggled with depression and weight gain for years, and just when his family thought he was doing better emotionally and physically, the reality star has reportedly regressed back to some bizarre behavior. Scroll through for details!

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Rob, 32, seemed to be improving and was ready to slowly emerge from hiding before something suddenly shifted.

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"For a while, Rob was in a good place and had been planning his comeback. It was a big relief for his family and he finally seemed to be on the right track," a source told, noting that he was going to be featured on this season's Keeping Up with the Kardashians.

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The source continued, "But he backed out and is spending all of his time hiding at his place or Khloe’s house instead.”

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Keeping Up with the Kardashians

Now the sock designer is refusing to film KUWTK or Scott Disick's new spinoff Flip It Like Disick, and is ditching out on family time and holidays with sisters Kourtney, 40, Kim, 38, Khloe, 34, Kendall, 23, Kylie, 21, and mom Kris, 63.

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"He’s totally gone back into his shell again and refused to even spend Easter with his family," the insider revealed.

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The Kardashian clan doesn't know how else to help him out of this ongoing rut. "Rob keeps going through the same pattern of wanting to stop hiding, but then he becomes a complete recluse all over again. His family loves him but at this point, they’re at a loss over what to do," the insider explained.

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