Indeed I was. I went to public school in kindergarten and first grade, but I was a big troublemaker and I got sent to the principal’s office regularly. As a result, my parents decided to homeschool me. This helped me stop being a troublemaker, but I feel may have caused some issues when I was younger from isolation as my mother rarely left tho house. I believe I was an extrovert in kindergarten and first grade, but between my starting to attend Mass in 2014 and the end of me going to homeschool groups around 2008 or so I became afraid of talking to strangers. This is definitely not the case anymore though as I have returned to who I really am: an extrovert.
During my period of isolation I really only interacted with people online, which I feel was very detrimental. This lead me to viewing immoral content around age 12 and becoming an internet and gaming addict.
Homeschooling did help me though as I feel it lead me to discover my interests: history, music, graphic design, and many other hobbies.
Late edit: this is really probably where my fear of my mother comes from and her overly protective attitude arised.