The sentence goes like this:


I know the sentence goes something like this

In Hajime case, it wasn't just mere trouble, the reason he was not feeling good at school was due to feeling depressed.

But I still don't get the で in 付きで悪い


It's not 付きで悪い but 居心地が悪い ("to feel uncomfortable") modified by すこぶる付きで. すこぶる付き is an uncommon emphatic version of すこぶる (although the former is a no-adjective and the latter is a standalone adverb). This ~付き is a suffix that means "with ~ added" or "which comes with ~", so the gist is "it's so bad to the point where すこぶる can be added". BCCWJ has 7 entries of すこぶる付き/すこぶるつき, most of which are used by elder writers.

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