Is it wrong to like being alone?

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  • Is it wrong to like being alone?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 17:42
No, it's not wrong to be alone but socializing and interacting with others will help you experience new things in life that you never experienced before...
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Answer #2 | 24/12 2013 09:01
What you're looking for is balance. That means you need private time, public time, family time, friend time and sleep time - but not always the same amount of time. OK, so sleep time for you might be 7-9 hours per night. Let's say 8 hours (but it does vary). Public time is like when you're at school, or another 8 or so hours. The remaining times - private, friend, family get divided into the final 8 hours. Now, you can also count some of the public time as friend time - and family time, too for that matter. OK so try to shoot for about 2 hours of private time per day. That's the time you spend reflecting on your day, planning your goals, even just sitting and daydreaming. It's also not quite set in stone, either. Some days you'll have hours and hours of private time - or maybe all your private time gets eaten up by family time. But on average, look at trying to schedule about 2 hours per day just being by yourself. Look for other ways to balance your life, too. That means taking interest in hobbies - both individual and group activities. And you can have private hobbies - star gazing; coin collecting and the like. You can also have public/group hobbies - chorus, band, even a sport (soccer, track, cross country are great sports). Group activities are great for making friends and acquaintances. Hint: you will have maybe 20 true friends in your life. The remainder are acquaintances - but that's OK. Once again, look for ways to balance your life. Doing things in moderation and balance will help you feel much more "normal" and well, balanced. Oh - by the way - you aren't different or wierd.
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Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 17:42
no, it's normal but sometime you'll have to build up your social skills for the future when you get a job, mate, or just to not be so akward around people. I still have the struggle to bring up a topic and keep talking about it. Just be you, but also give a bit of effort to talk to people when you're in the mood. Just don't force yourself to become an extrovert if you're not
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Answer #4 | 23/12 2013 17:40
Its perfectly fine. Some people don't like crowds, and thats okay. I'll admit, sometimes i really enjoy some solitude and walk down the halls alone. Its nice, i can keep my mind clear and think about life. At partys I'll sit around and not socialize too much because i dont like attracting attention. So its pretty normal :p
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