I was always a very dreamy child. I wasn't very sociable. I have since learned that I am an Asperger's female which is predominately make people socially isolated.
I always was in fine company - I had God (being short of a lable). I talked, loved nature, walked and enjoyed my 'loneliness'. To me, I wasn't lonely - life was beautiful, but other children weren't tuned in to the same extent as me. My experience of interactions with others weren't rewarding, so prefered my own company. I knew it wasn't 'normal' to be unstimulated by others and I did crave 'normality' - friendships - because everyone else seemed to manage these alright.
My fascination grew as to 'why do people behave in the way they do' and it is this query brought me to learn about psychology, health and social welfare issues. I now understand people and how they work.
People always have their reasons for behaving in the way they do, just because it clashes with your truth, doesnt mean that their truth isn't as valuable.
What happened to God - my best friend? Still with me (hehehe) and has always been there when needed.
I have quality friendships nowadays and are always accepting of others. I love my own company still and am never alone.