What is a Loner? Being a loner means that you would prefer to be by yourself rather than with others. Depending on the context of the situation and your personality and preferences, this could be a good or bad thing. Some people view loners in a negative context. While human beings need time alone to allow their brains to rest and rejuvenate, too much time alone or a lack of social connections can be harmful to our mental and physical health. If you find yourself constantly around others and feeling depleted, make sure to schedule some healthy alone time.
When you feel lonely all the time, even amongst a crowd of people, it means you don't understand yourself and your own emotional needs. If you don't put in the effort to understand yourself, then no one will be able to understand you enough to make a difference in your life and eradicate your loneliness. Some people simply know they want to stay single," New York–based relationship expert and author April Masini tells Bustle. "They enjoy the freedom, and they don't have any anxiety about missing out on being part of a couple," she says. "If you're single, happy and have no regrets, it was meant to be."
Life Line is a nonprofit organisation (NPO) that offers free counselling and 24-hour telephonic counselling for all ages and any issues you are faced with. Life Line centres can be found in Norwood, Soweto, and Alexandra.
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