Beauty Lies In The Eyes Of The Beholder And Judgment Lies In Their Brains 😉
There is not much difference one can identify on looking at when someone who is alone vis a vis someone who is lonely. But there is a huge difference, mostly internal.
This post is not for anybody trying to judge someone else but for the person who is alone or lonely to identify their real category. Sometimes, a person’s ego may not let them realize their real feelings and mistake depression for stubbornness and loneliness for the will to be alone.
Even though a person’s truest guide to their feelings is their own self, many people have shut the window to their own emotions to escape negative feelings which hurt. The following three criteria will help in identifying whether you love being alone and drawing a fine and prominent line between being lonely or alone.
You Feel Satisfied When You Are Alone
Being alone gives you immense satisfaction. You feel rejuvenated after you have had your “ME Time” and all set to face the rest of your day or perhaps get a restful sleep.
You Try To Buy Yourself Some Time For Being Alone After A Busy Day
After you have been busy for some time, you probably make an excuse to not go out with your people and stay back alone in the company of your own amazing self and do what you love doing, even if it is just laying down and listening to music.
You Go Nuts If You Don’t Get To Spend Time Alone For Many Days
You crave your me time. period. If you don’t get to have it for some days in a row, you will probably end up being less effective at doing your thing because of you not getting your dosage of rejuvenation time. Just like a grumpy cat! 😀
If it turns out that you love being alone, that’s pretty cool! But if it is the other way around, better late than never to try getting out of a state of mind that doesn’t feel good.
After all, happiness really is a choice! 😀