Suggestions for Savoring Solitude

When left by themselves, many people tend not to savor that solitude. Usually, they end up feeling lonely. Society shoulders some of the fault for this, as there is an underlying pressure to be paired up. Restaurant tables, for example, are not often set for a single person. Both children and adults who spend most of their time alone are stigmatized, either as “uncool” or as “undesirable,” which implies that being along involves having done something wrong. Alison Thayer, a psychotherapist at Urban Balance, notes that being alone can make a person feel undesirable or inferior.

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