1. They are UGLY,so every high and mighty handsome won't even notice them.
2. They avoid attention, just to keep the WORMS out.
3. They never forget or forgive, cause their life is not cheap.
4. Self respect is uppermost on their agenda. They can't keep dying everyday fighting for respect from their partners.
5.They are better alone as they are tired of fixing others mistakes instead of leading their own colourful life.
Loners are also very considerate. So considerate that they often spend so much time worrying and attending to others that they do not have time for themselves. They then can't help but wanting to be free and alone again. Also, the fact that most people they help do not even show appreciation makes loners stop wanting to be around people altogether.
You have it right and bang on!, I am a loner, when I am alone then 'I am least alone' I have about 15 ex mil friends I spend a small amount of time with them, but cannot wait to get back to my own place. I hide from my friends, but then they seek me out all the more. Life alone is just fine and great!
I've been like this since my very first memories of life a d becoming aware of what I was and where I was. I always took comfort in knowing that once I could get away from whatever situation I was in I could reflect, learn, remember, and plan for the next stage. It's hard to explain,,,,, I don't mind being around people, I'm not the type of person who's socially awkward because I'm in public,,,, but I do prefer to be alone and have no fear of individual thinking and self assessing. I do everything I don't call on friends to hang out,,,, I know a lot of people but none are my friends none possess the simple qualities of that title. If I'm asked to go chill I'll do that,,,,,, sad to say the only person that truly knows me is my mother and I'm 40 years old and she's still amazed about the things she's learning from me or about me. Sadly nobody really knows the real me I've never opened my heart like that,,, and I never will till I find the one that I truly feel comfortable and safe with. All the women I've been in a relationship with say I was someone different with each and every one,,,, I was what they wanted they never gave me the opportunity to introduce myself and when things got intense I'd shut off self assess, analyze and find an answer. To most women this is called unemotional partner,,,, to people like me this is how I cope and never being given this time in a relationship it always ends badly,,,, point for me is, I enjoy my alone time, I need it, I have to have it. Some people drink and do drugs to cope all I need is time and how much time all depends,,,
I love it. I have my house. I get the chance to go out. Iove my dog's.. I was in a long term relationship.for years. I gave it 1000 of my life.But you know . I had to find out what made me happy.Trying to make another person happy and giving your all and all.In the end your like why did I do that for so long.your self.That the way to true peace
My mom called me a loner long time ago and I didn't even realize it at the time I was one I've learned that l have a lot of interesting hobbies and most people only care about themselves so why be bothered just make yourself Happy
I am definately a loner, always have been. My father was the same. It's peaceful and much less stressful when I'm alone and can do what I want to and not have to answer to anyone. Friends always want me to do what they want, even if I don't want to. Then that creates a instant conflict to them and they want to put me down and tell me I'm wrong, I should change to what they are like. Just not worth it to me, for I'm not going to change.
Loners are sympathetic but not empathetic people. They do not have the patience to listen to nonsense conversations. They tend to feel right most of the time and they find other people pathetic for not being as logical as they think of themselves. These are just one of the problems loners have...
I have gone thru a lot of fake ppl, bullies, ever since 1959 (9 years old), even my own father who never treated me like a son, calling me stupid constantly, that I came to want to be a loner.My father died, no tears shed. Mom died. I mourned. My sister died..she who called me a retard. No tears 4 her. My aunt is still left. Then I will celebrate
Im a loner. all this discribed is true. I was a outcast all my childhood untill i found out the only person i can depend on is myself in life. i wont even ask of God for help although i believe in him. id rather not bother him ill just travel on
I am a loner. I enjoy my alone time. Why did I become a loner? Because, I gave so much of myself and was not reciprocated. I felt unappreciated and taken advantage of financially and emotionally. Since I chose to be a loner I've been very happy! The five points that were stated are so true.
This is exactly me, I actually entertain myself and I like the things I do, my dogs, gardening, cooking and cleaning, never ending work and I feel great every time I accomplish things, and yet if people are coming over or I'm at work I love to be with people and I'm selective with my friends'this is so true of me, hate the phone!!!❤️
I have a question. Most people indicatethat they prefer to be alone because of fake people. Sime even have pets, hobbies or busy life by doing errands in general. Some people like to be alone in big crowds. Some people have a choice and they choose to be alone for other reasons. But suppose a person who had three jobs and drinks everyday to the point of being drunk. They soon find themselves alone with no friends and no job. My question is is that person a loner or lonesome?
Loners enjoy their company more than anyone else's. People never fail to disappoint. I am married but cherish my alone time. Loners are often narcissists and self centered but can also be great people.
On point. I'm a loner. I have a small circle of friends. If I do spend time with other people, they're either my family or close friends. Mostly, I prefer to be by myself. For me, I prefer straight answers. So, if I ask a friend a direct question, and they beat around the bush, they are no longer my friends. I also don't like negativity. If a person is around me, but continuously makes excuses why he or she is not good enough, I most likely end that friendship. If I say I'm going to do something, I do it! I expect that level of confidence from my friends as well.
Perfect and so true...Had a meeting at my church and was the first to arrive. Sister Marita said, I see you're alone. I said, Sister Marita you know we're never really alone and it made her smile this big smile. Some people don't understand the beauty of being alone. Co-workers complain about their lives and I listen but I can tell you it bothers them because I seem to be at peace...I'm very cautious about who I let into my Life...
Yep 100% accurate! When I was just a lil tyke in the 70’s, I couldn’t wait for my parents to go to the store.... so I could be alone. I thought it was just so I could have more time to play my video games lol... but even in later adult years, I found myself avoiding crowds, and not caring to hang in the (clicks & groups) everyone else huddled in during school. I was always the odd one out... not wanting to connect. Even today... I don’t care to have people around me. I have 1 or 2 sorta-like friends... but that’s it. I find that people pretty much suck AND ARE ANNOYING as hell!!
I don’t wanna hear their sexcapade stories, I don’t want your weed, or your liquor, I don’t dance, I’m never going to your party, I couldn’t give a damn about which team won, and I don’t think it’s cool that you are cheating on whoever and am not going to give you props for getting away with it, or for being a (player) smh. Nor do I wanna hear about Trump, Obama, or any of your lame CNN pre-programmed political views. Just those rules alone will eliminate 98% of people from your life! lol ok... 😋
Although I'm in a relationship, my alone time is priceless. As a staunch atheist, the only thing to believe in is what's in the mirror. I believe the world would be a better place if more people did the same. So there!
I am a loner with Asperger's Syndrome in Worcester,Mass. My late Mother wanted me to have a relationship with a Lady,I'm Straight,I've been asked by another Man to Marry His Wife if anything happened to him,I said Yes!
This is me 100% and I'm 72. I have always told my friends I enjoy my own company but I'm not WALLED IN by my feelings. I enjoy having several close friends. Friends that can allow me to bounce ideas on or friends I can help when they need me. But never call me "dearie"! I think that is so phony. And those that do that to me get the cold shoulder. I'm never lonely yet lately I'm almost always alone with my 5 cats. I don't mind it. I have plenty of hobbies to keep me busy. God helps me to stay in balance because I have Him.
I am a loner, although I wasn't always this way. It's just that over time, people in general are insincere and always seem to have an agenda. If I were able to find a mate who I resonate with (and I will), it will be a fantastically strong union.