Things That Happen When You Learn To Love Being Alone
To be alone sometimes it not good but sometimes have an advantage to you, according to some problems that are facing us we must find ways to solve those problems its not only that but also to remember some events that happen in life it may be good events or bad events. Am here to show you a few things that happen when you learn to love being alone.
- You get to know yourself.
You may think you have a solid idea of who you are and what makes you tick. But once you strip away everyone else's agenda, you'll get a deeper idea of what you really enjoy doing and what you tolerate just because everyone else is into it. Maybe you always tag along with your friends to the latest superhero movie but when you're alone, you gravitate toward documentaries. Or you agree to sign up to run a local 5k every year with your buddies, but when you've got a free afternoon your workout of choice is at a boxing ring.
- You feel less judged.
When you throw out suggestions for plans to a group of friends, you're probably used to hearing some competing opinions on your ideas. Loving your alone time means that you don't need anyone's approval to go explore that sculpture park you've heard so much about, or see that Disney movie you're "too old for."
- You go on better dates.
When you love being alone, the idea of giving up a night to yourself to spend a few hours at a bar getting to know a stranger seems pretty ridiculous. So, if you're actually going to go through with it, you're not just going to say yes to anyone who asks you out. Of course, you can't always weed out the bad dates. But since you're being selective of who you're giving your free time to, you've probably got a better chance of having a successful first date.
- You feel more confident.
You never feel the need to wait for someone to get on board with your plans, or to agree with you on how you should spend your time. Which makes you confident about the other decisions you make in life.
- You have more freedom.
You'll stop looking at free time as something you need to fill with plans and people, and recognize it as something that's full of possibility. Gone is the stress of figuring out who you're going to spend your Saturday night with. when you realize the benefits of being alone, you're not tied down to anyone else's idea of fun. This leaves you with the freedom to spend your time however you please.