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Why I Love Being A Loner

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Over the years, I’ve met several people that don’t understand my desire to be on my own, and to be distant from others.

I can’t even count how many friends have told me that they hate when I “disappear” for a few days or weeks.

“Is everything okay?”

“What did I do to you?”




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