reblog – being a loner

Do you consider yourself a loner? Do you find you need time alone to recharge? Do you think there are not enough listeners? This post raises many questions, and gives many positves for being a ‘loner’.

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About Sandra Delemare

follower of Jesus, retired mental health nurse, writer. Interests: crochet, photography, wildlife I blog on biblical meditation, mental health and crochet. I'm also posting a series on my life story so people know where I'm coming from.
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4 Responses to reblog – being a loner

  1. sp56h says:

    I certainly like my own space and when it’s not possible I will go out somewhere! I am happy in my own company but I also like being with friends, however, happier in a small group! I actually do a lot on my own because not everyone shares my interests so I will happily wander round art galleries alone or go off for a day somewhere – you only have yourself to please. If I don’t get space I get grumpy! Yes, on the whole I enjoy being alone and it does help me recharge. As for listeners, maybe there should be more. There were times in the last year or two when I seemed to be surrounded by everyone elses problems which weighed me down, including a friend who I usually confide in. I felt then that I was on my own and had no one to listen to me.

    • delemares says:

      Thanks for your comment. I’m much the same as you.
      In the full post, it is stated that loners are often good listeners – but as you comment, it often means we feel we have no one to listen to us!
      Also, if I’ve been doing a lot of listening (like when I was nursing), I then want some time alone (so I didn’t want to listen to family members’ tales of woe when I got home – difficult getting a balance)

  2. Thanks for the reblog! I agree about the listening . . . I wish people more often listened to me. It seems they rarely ever do so, and I think that makes us all the more appreciate the fact that people want others to listen to them. But not having anyone listen to us is a drawback. You’ve got to find the right person for that . . . or maybe blogging helps there.

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