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Chris Howl Addams
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only in the current climate is the idea of not having somebody else surgically stapled onto your brain a revolutionary concept. whereas some of us have been doing it for years and can proudly exclaim as we sit here in our pajamas with our six pint cups of tea and biscuit crumb-crusted slippers “OH YEAH, THAT’S A GOOD FRIDAY NIGHT, THAT”

Red Sarah
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Unfortunately it doesn’t work like that. The more I am alone, the more depressed and desperate I get, and then I choose the wrong people out of desperation to be with someone. You can only take yourself on so many dates before you realise how crap about yourself it makes you feel. Bash me for this comment if you like, but it’s my truth.

Geoff Baker
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What a load of rubbish. Being alone tends to make most (not all) insular and lacking in confidence and therefore less attractive to prospective partners. We also develop comfort zones to protect ourselves which then have to be overcome .

Sarena Kathryn
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Ive always found discovering pieces of myself with others is far more fun and lasting. What does one point of view show you?

Sjir Renkens
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Just do not expect any kids from the relationship, because she will be well past child-bearing age, and he will be too old to care for toddlers…
It simply does not work that way. As though one would spend one’s life preparing for life…

Kevin Hosford
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This may be true in many cases but believer beware. Solitude breeds other serious issues, lonliness can dangerious problems.

Holly DeShazo
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This is excellent advice πŸ™‚ I allowed myself the time to love myself and grow before I met the man I love. He is my greatest dream come true. I recognized the kind of love in him that I knew would feed my soul. <3

Colleen Marsh
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I agree. Before I met my husband, I ended up really just loving myself for 6 months after failed attempts at relationships. Then I met him, and I knew for sure that it was the real thing. I knew how real it was.

Zane Stevenson
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Every time I take myself out to places and ask for a table for one, the waiter or whoever is always surprised and thinks I’m lying haha. Sometimes they sit with meπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Beck O'Neill
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I do this. I like eating ice cream and popcorn, together, at the movies. I looove cold toast with vegemite and fried eggs. I wish I really enjoyed fitness, truth is, I don’t. I could eat king prawn laksa for lunch and dinner. I drink too much. I love my kids and my husband is a d
……great guy😬 Marching on into my late 30’s, wishing I could just go back packing through South East Asia. I know me, very well. Too well.

Lorraine Varley
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I love spending time with myself. I don’t hate going out and having coffee or lunch by myself or even going to the movies. I am married but I’m not a Siamese twin. I complete me, no one else can do it.

Kilee O'Connor
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When you have done this and you are good with being alone with yourself and you are ready for the right person to then share yourself with and you can’t find him it turns to hurt and loneliness too. I’ve done many many things alone over the years and I’m grateful for that time, but now would be nice to have somebody to turn and share those sunsets and sunrises with

Jay Cherwa
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Lived it, found her, married her, and then lost her. My cells still dance just seeing her name come up on my phone. Feel free to make fun of me, now.

Jagdish Arora
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Being alone is not loneliness…it’s spending some quality time with your intuitive self….your real self…your best friend…best counsellor…best mentor…best guide.Take stock of things happening inside you…outside you…talk to yourself to sort out your problems (auto-suggestion therapy)Do some prayer,meditation,deep breathing yogic exercise to energize your mind,body and soul…so that your system works as one powerful,consolidated unit…with high performance levels in whatever you say,think or do.Thus life becomes a heavenly,blissful experience…inside out! You’ll be blessed with all-round succes with satisfaction and happiness!!

Crystal Lloyd
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I’ve been doing this for a year. The problem is that I’ve also shut myself off from the world because I’m happy doing all of those things alone. I like books more than I like people which is a bad combination and unless someone approaches me I’m pretty sure that the world is just going to pass me by without having me even notice. I’ve found myself and realized that I knew myself all along. Now I’m spending my time more with my bestie or myself instead of meeting new people.

Lynette Ecklund
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If only this were true. It’s great conceptually, but even when you have done these things for a very long time, you still encouter people who haven’t and are looking for someone else to make them whole again…they present well, but eventually unravel and leave you questioning what just happened to you.

Kendall Gaffney Famulare
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Beautiful and true. Many feel the need to have someone there, just a body, to fill a void, but solitude is necessary in order to find yourself. It’s better to find yourself, then you’ll find the right person, instead of settling, as so many do.

Chrysta Scott
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I’ve been single 6 1/2 years, by choice. Yes i have moments of loneliness, but i have found an inner peace, a strength inside of me. I hope i meet my someone along the way, but I’ve learned so much about myself and others,, by making sure i didn’t bring any raw pain into anything in my future.

Wayne Love
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Disagree strongly. Socialising is the ticket to finding out how to spot a psycho. To sit in your own thoughts too long will leave you unprepared for others and you will become easily overwhelmed. However you may just find yourself. You’re the only one there.

Claudia N. Nassim
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Been there and still am for many years , except for the last part . The funny thing is that I got used to this life and sort of find it challenging to be with someone …

Karun Towsey
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This one of those many pieces of profound wisdom that wash all over social media. To the superficial, casual observer; which is what most social media users quickly become, this looks like deep philosophy, but on closer examination it looks like utter bullshit. Human beings are social beings, meaning that we evolve together in social groups. The smart person will find their own true nature by having the courage to be themselves, even within their society. The person who feels obliged to withdraw from society in order to find themselves, is probably of a weak character and when they do… Read more »

Vittoria Wang
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I really don’t have to pander to the crowd for make myself feel good, in this moment I know clearly that I AM GOOG.”What matters is to be, not to have.”