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Posted 10/23/11
I am paranoid. I don't like it when i'm around people for long. I like being alone most of the time and i won't say i'm the most caring person around but i don't hate people, i just don't like them being close to me. It just doesn't feel right. I'm quiet friendly and crazy but when it comes to close friendship i just pull myself away.
I really like being alone and i don't like it when people complain about it. It's not like they are making any difference in my life
I'm happy the way i am and i recently found out that my happiness drops when i'm with people *sigh* something is wrong maybe it's me or the people i'm surrounded by.(i think it's the people : D)
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Posted 10/25/11 , edited 10/25/11
Hey, you know what...?
They can do what the FUCK they wanna do...!!
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Posted 11/3/11
I believe that being a loner doesn't mean you have competely given up on people.

I do have a network of friends, and I only see a few of them maybe once a month, if that, for a few hours.


But, I am still a classic loner. I'm an A-type personality, so I like having my way, which means, when combined with being an itrovert, I don't work well with others (Got "doesn't play well with others" all the time on report cards....just not true! I play well with others...).

Growing up, I was an only child in a rural area with only one kid near by. My closest friend was quite a drive away, and honestly, she was a manipulative bitch. That didn't last long. I was in the advanced classes at school, which was difficult on social relationships, and my geeky-ness was kinda off.

I further isolated myself by reading excessively, and avoiding social events in middle school. In Highschool, Once again I was in advanced classes, which were subjected to great teasing and bullying. I continued to read and hung out with like-minded geeks that were actually not in the advanced classes, those kids were snobs and looked down on me for hanging out with the people I did. (We went to movies, sat in rooms and played our separate games or read). Being the de-facto leader of our group, I got sick of people asking me what we were doing, really quick.

College, I kept to a small group of friends, many who were also loners. The group was maybe eight people, and we hung out in twos or threes.

Now, as I said, I'm lucky to see my friends once a month, and I talk to them maybe once a week. Other then work, I have very little social interaction. I come home, read, watch tv, play games, or chill with my animals. (Sadly when my friends and I hang out, I do the exact same stuff....someone else just happens to be in the room).

I have not given up on people. As a general rule, I find people highly amusing. I just rather not interact with them. I don't go to bars or even date, I keep to myself whenever possible. If I'm in a group, I'd better be in charge, or have a damn good reason that I'm not. I have a temper, and am a bitch even when I'm not trying to be. Generally, I'm socially inept.
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Posted 11/10/11 , edited 11/10/11
Hmm.. *counting*

I was a loner off and on for about 4 years.

It began when I moved from my hometown at age 13.

I DID NOT like the new school at all. I got made fun of a lot, mostly guys. Also, teachers treated me like I was stupid. I was annoyed how everyone was so fake, rich, and tried to look like models from magazines. Some girls tried to befriend me but they were soooo boring I swear, they didn't know what a joke was.

Then I moved to another town during the summer.

High school soon came, and I was that girl who's nose was stuck to the ground. The teachers loved me though since I always did my work. However, I felt embarrassed whenever the teachers would use me as the "good class example", I could feel the daggers from the other students eyes.

For almost 3 years, random girls tried to befriend me. Each year I got different set of "friends". I really didn't considered any of them friends, just people I "hung out" with during lunch.

Then for my last year of high school, I met awesome weirdos XD

So I can't say being a loner, "suits me", I prefer to have a good time and laugh with others than thinking by myself, waiting for time to go by :0
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Posted 11/11/11
How long have you been a loner?
-4 years

Did you give up on people?

-No

if so, why?

-Cause I just can't remember people's faces and names now



Same as this one here, I began to emit this aura of unfriendliness around me, and people tend to avoid me. Those who do come in contact with me, I hang around with them whenever they are around, and avoid them whenever possible (it's just that I feel like I can't move on).

Another reason is that I travel a lot and if I do end up befriending a lot of people, it just makes it so much harder to move to another place, as I grow to love all my friends (and believe it or not I treasure all of them, and they still have a place in my heart, even though I do not show them that I do anymore)

The more friends I have in any given place, the harder the parting.

What do you generally dislike about them
Nothing really.



How well does it suit you?


The exact opposite of what I am, then again people think I'm a ghost now, so it doesn't matter (by ghost I mean, someone who exist yet you can hardly see him, or hear news bout him)
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Posted 11/11/11
There is a difference between being alone and being lonely.

"The most terrible form of poverty is lonliness."

Usually people who seek lonliness are insecure.

Don't be afraid. If you don't open up, no one would be able to understand you.
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Posted 11/12/11
I'm a loner. It's boring and I don't like it. I don't get why people don't like me.
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Posted 11/13/11

supre_candii wrote:

I'm a loner. It's boring and I don't like it. I don't get why people don't like me.


What makes you think so?

For starters, you have a pretty face. Pretty girls are usually surrounded by guys.
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Posted 11/13/11

Akiha- wrote:


supre_candii wrote:

I'm a loner. It's boring and I don't like it. I don't get why people don't like me.


What makes you think so?

For starters, you have a pretty face. Pretty girls are usually surrounded by guys.


Hahah. I don't really know. It's cause in school I didn't have friends until later this school year.
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Posted 11/13/11


I shrug that you're still young and guys are still shy.
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Posted 11/13/11

Akiha- wrote:



I shrug that you're still young and guys are still shy.


Hahhaha, I see. (:
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Posted 11/13/11

Akiha- wrote:

There is a difference between being alone and being lonely.

"The most terrible form of poverty is lonliness."

Usually people who seek lonliness are insecure.

Don't be afraid. If you don't open up, no one would be able to understand you.


I grant you this, but I will also argue that there are those who call themselves loners because they are comfortable being with themselves, and not willing to go along with the mob.

Poorly worded, but I hope you get what I was trying to get at.

Being a loner does not necessarily mean you are lonely.
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Posted 11/14/11


It really depends on how you define the term "loner".

I define it as someone who chooses to connect but is afraid to do so.

And yep. I recognise that there are deviants who prefer solitude.
Posted 11/19/11
I've been a loner through out most of my life

Growing up, I was adopted and had no siblings or too many friends. My step-mother would have all these strangers come to our house and it would make me feel pretty uncomfortable. . . I would want to avoid anybody's gaze and mostly keep to myself. As soon as I turned eighteen years old, I started rebelling and moved in with my dad. I still had to go to high school as a senior and got to know different people. But after high school, I met the wrong people and did alot of mistakes. Through it all, I knew I was really alone with no one to really understand all the things I've done and seen. . . until I met my husband.

November of 2009, I met my husband and we were friends at first. Then we started dating and got married in April of this year. As of now, I not really alone anymore. But I don't really have any friends or trust anyone at all. I still like to keep to myself, but I like to be open with my husband.
Posted 11/20/11
How long have you been a loner?

Ha ha. That is funny. Always have.

Did you give up on people?

I didn't give up, I just choose not to participate.

if so, why?

Because I don't like to talk and I hate wasting my breath talking to people I shouldn't have to talk to. Call me shady, I could careless.

What do you generally dislike about them

Them? I don't dislike anyone unless I have a reason to, which I don't. It's all on me. I isolate.

How well does it suit you?

Well enough to be in this thread and to be considered an isolator.
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