yes - I'm comfortable in my own skin... don't argue much with me and know my own likes and dislikes. You?
Since I am somewhat of a loner, I have to say yes, I do.
I don't trust many people as I've been betrayed so many times, it's hard to find trust.
I can't trust myself sometimes, when it comes to candy. lol. But I like being alone because I think that's all I've ever known. If you find one or two best friends in your life, you've done well. I find that either I'm looking in the wrong places or trying to see the best in others, that they are really out for their own benefits, what I have to say, feel or share isn't of interests to anyone other than that random person out there on this electric surface. But they can't really hurt me, or take anything from me, and when they are gone, they've not taken a piece of me away, as I view it as, they were never really there to begin with.
Yes, I love spending time with myself because I don't have pressures from others. I don't have to think or worry if they're lying or telling the truth, are they using me. Being by myself leaves no questions.
Yes...I enjoy being alone with the dogs sleeping close to me. One sits and sleeps at my feet, the other likes the suede in the computer chair right across from me.
Ya, I like spending time alone, but if I'm bored, I'd prefer to be with my friends. I get a lot more done when I'm by myself.
That's when I'm most at peace and productive.
I love spending time with me ; )
Absolutely. Most of the time, the only time that I can find some peace and quiet is when I'm by myself. I like who I am, so it is easy for me to spend time alone meditating on myself and my thoughts.
I love it. i often work late at night for this reason alone.
I love it. My time is when everyone is asleep, that's when I write and read. It's very relaxing
I've always been a loner and enjoy my own company. Although I have to admit, as I have gotten older, I enjoy being alone much less than I used to.
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