When You Learn to Enjoy Being Alone
Tony Robinson, some people think of “being alone” as a bad thing. It either means you’re anti-social, or unwanted, neither of which are a good position to be in. But actually, being alone isn’t’ necessarily a bad thing, as there are a handful of benefits that emerge once you learn to embrace solitude. I’m not advocating you go all Tom Hanks in Cast Away, because no one can argue the benefits, and the joys, that come along with fulfilling relationships with other people. But I am saying that once you learn to enjoy being alone, you’re going to grow as a person.Below are ten amazing things that will happen in your life when you start to enjoy being alone.
1. YOU’LL GET TO RECHARGE. Often times when we’re surrounded by other people, we’re expending a lot of energy. Trying to keep others happy, make them laugh, soothe their egos, read their emotions, and all of the other rigors that come along with regular interaction. It can be mentally draining if you’re constantly connected to other people. A little alone time lets you recharge and take a break from the emotionally and mentally taxing job of constant interaction. 2. YOU’LL REFLECT MORE OFTEN. Read article