It certainly depends on who those people are. I love being around my family, however in the professional sphere I'd rather be alone most of the time. I'm most productive working late hours when most of my coworkers have gone home.
With the ladies you know who get very lonely,ask if they have a computer.Once one has one it is a whole different world.Plus, they can see how to do things on You Tube. I think the Internet gets a lot of flack, but it has kept me sane a long time.I also have learnt a great deal.Met news friends, and life has a plus for me now. :)
Although I enjoy being around positive, loving and inspiring people, I also really love having time alone. I really need both! If I'm alone too much I get very lonely, but if I don't have a substantial amount of time by myself I start to feel smothered. As a creative kind of person, I like peace and quiet to write, draw, study, meditate and connect with nature.
I am totally content with my own company and that of my dogs! I have been having major renovations done at home over the past 6 weeks and I have so completely had more than enough of other human beings!! I feel as though my entire life has been invaded and the intrusion has been more than I ever wish to go through again EVER!!! I adore peace and quiet,as well as privacy.When I do have actual visitors,it is because I have invited them!
love being with good friends but have always needed a bit of my own space to clear my head and think through, relax and recharge. Can do that with friends around but its different.
When my children where smaller and more demanding in the daylight hours I'd sometimes wake up early just to sit down stairs with a quite cuppa and read a few pages of my book. that alone kept me sane.....
Either suits me fine. I just take one day at a time & go with the flow! If I go out with friends, fine. If I'm home with my cat, fine. Am not the sort of person who HAS to be with others', all the time.
My husband & I enjoy being alone. On the days we don't need to leave the house, I lock myself away in my bedroom with my laptop, & my husband lies on the lounge with the TV. Of cause we have dinner together, & I wash up, tidy the kitchen, then retire to my room again, leaving my laptop on his bed for him to look at things on Google. ( His Apple computer has broken down.)