5 reasons why it’s nice to be alone

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5 reasons why it’s nice to be alone

1: Nobody tells you how to live your life

Freedom is probably the most beautiful thing about being alone. While no one likes to admit it, sometimes in a relationship you feel compelled to spend time with each other. Relationships can often limit us when they shouldn’t. It is all the nicer not to have any obligations in this regard. But even in a relationship, it’s great to be able to step back and think from time to time.

2: Make plans – without restrictions
It’s often very nice to have a lot of time to yourself to reflect on yourself and everything you’ve heard and read. Making plans or reflecting on the past is important for our personality development. It’s nice to have peace and quiet from all the hustle and bustle around you in this way.

3: Being alone makes us stronger
Just because you like being alone doesn’t mean you’re not a sociable and fun person. On the contrary: those who are often alone and stand on their own two feet also know better what he or she wants. And that can only be a great advantage.

4: Take time for yourself
Everyone should take time for themselves – and being alone is part of it. That’s a problem in our society: many people can no longer take care of themselves. If they did, however, they would gain important insights, namely: What needs do I actually have? I would like to? If we used solitude like this, many people would certainly be able to accept it more easily and say, “Okay, now I’m all alone with myself and my thoughts, plans, wishes…” We’re all stuck in a hamster wheel. We work all day, have stress, come home exhausted. Who really takes time for themselves anymore? We can draw strength from being alone, even if we are often not aware of it.

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5: Being alone is not loneliness
Loneliness is not wanted, but being alone is. Loneliness almost means feeling abandoned by everyone. Being alone, on the other hand, is pleasant – and liberating.

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