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Old 10-04-2012, 02:33 AM   #21
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I am blessed. My father was incredibly social and my mother incredibly solitary.
I can do both just fine.
I can be alone for days at a time literally not speaking to a living soul
And i can also be the life of a 5,000 person party


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Actually there is a medical condition that either exists, or is created by nurture if you believe in that (I do), that is you prefer to be alone. It's completely opposite of monophobic, but I forget the name.

I had a doctor that thought I had it, but I can't remember the name of it.

I actually have zero problems being alone without external interaction with other people. Weird, I have been told many times by females I dated, but I think I "learned" it growing up in my house.

As a side note, I HATE crowds and dislike large social gatherings, but I have been told here on this forum that is perfectly normal.

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You are the exception to the rule. What I was talking about was being completely alone for extended period of time not weeks but months on end.


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This thread reminds me of the movie Defiance, based on a true story about the Bielski brothers - they went thru just the same issues being discussed here... survival, pecking order, skill sets, etc. A great movie IMO
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Defiance will probably get you into the

"lookin' forward to it" mindset.

But for a dose of reality, watch

The Book of Eli , The Road, or THREADS...
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I can not imagine trusting someone that was not family enough to invite them in to live with me. I've heard that axe murders look just like the guy next door.
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I can not imagine trusting someone that was not family enough to invite them in to live with me. I've heard that axe murders look just like the guy next door.
Hi neighbor <as I sharpen my axe with wet a stone>
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I am blessed. My father was incredibly social and my mother incredibly solitary.
I can do both just fine.
I can be alone for days at a time literally not speaking to a living soul
And i can also be the life of a 5,000 person party
I on the other hand am NOT a social person (I have been called a lone wolf more than once). This forum is mostly the extent of my socialness. I don't do parties, I don't do clubs, and I feel right at home in an empty forest.
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I on the other hand am NOT a social person (I have been called a lone wolf more than once). This forum is mostly the extent of my socialness. I don't do parties, I don't do clubs, and I feel right at home in an empty forest.
You are one pathetic loser!
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