Who likes being alone?
Can you sit there in your own company without the distractions of TV or Radio etc? If not...why?
People who are tired of trying, afraid to trust, are too selfish to give themselves to another or plain and simply gave up on finding their significant other. Any life style can be made to be pleasurable, it's all in the eye of the beholder.
Perhaps I need to define the question a bit more. I don't mean single or hermit like alone. More like when you finish work, no one is home yet...what does one do? Can one sit in silence or does one turn on the radio or tv? Ring a friend? Or can one simply sit there thinking about nothing in particular? Reason I ask is often it is the normal thing to do to distract ourselves from ourselves?
by GFS TEAM5 years ago
I am still trying to find its answer, but its true that even I love to be alone. But dont know the reason yet
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by Amanda Littlejohn4 years ago
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by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
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