Although I have not been clinically diagnosed with anything, I am pretty sure I am agoraphobic.
"Agoraphobia (from Greek aγορά, "marketplace"; and φόβος/φοβία, -phobia) is an anxiety disorder, traditionally thought to involve a fear of public places and open spaces."
Not so much the open spaces, but very much so public places. I can get my self out to one, but if I can't visually map my way out of somewhere, or I am being crowded in, I generally feel quite paniced. There are also certain places in my peripherals that I can't have ppl standing in, specifically over my shoulders. I feel very tense particularily when someone is over my right shoulder. shrugs
As a result, I am more likely to have ppl come to me, rather than feeling ok with going to see ppl. Home is my refuge. I do go out to things, but I really have to want to go, or need something. I don't really find myself in places "just for the heck of it" unless I know the place I want to go will have plenty of elbow room.