A friend of mine once said that when he was in prison, he would stay up late, drink, and do drugs just for the fun of it. So, while this is not exactly the case, he would rather be alone and not have to deal with the “problem” that others tend to have.
I think there is a very good reason for this. I mean, let’s face it, being alone in a room is not exactly a fun time. When you’re lonely and you’re bored all the time, you can get a bit testy, you can become quite bitter, and you can get mean. Because your brain is so busy trying to create positive emotions, it can sometimes become quite negative. This can be dangerous.
This is in part because of the fact that people tend to have a hard time connecting with each other and creating positive emotions. This is why we avoid being around people. You see, we’re creatures of habit. When we get into a routine, it becomes second nature. We don’t really have to think about what ifs or ifs or ifs again. When we’re stuck in a routine, we just do it.
You might think that this is just a personality thing, but it’s not. I got into a habit of writing about my personality traits on this website many years ago, and I just can’t stop. This habit is one of the reasons why I’m so active on Twitter and Facebook.
I like to create a habit and then I dont have to think twice about it. I’ve recently begun to create a habit of reading this blog. I do tend to be one of those people that writes a lot of random stuff. This habit is one of the reasons why Im so active on Twitter and Facebook. When I get stuck, I read.
When it comes to these habits, I think you have to ask yourself a few questions. Are you having a bad day or are you trying to improve your life? Are you sitting down for a conversation at the office? Do you like to eat? Are you a snacker? Why do you think you are doing this? Maybe you are doing these things because you find it easy. Or maybe you are doing these things because you like doing them.
You can feel pretty guilty when you start to think about not sitting down for a conversation at the office. It’s part of the reason you’re so active on Twitter and Facebook. I mean, if you’re constantly at work, you’re probably in a bad mood. If you’re constantly looking at your phone, you probably are in a bad mood.
People who aren’t used to this kind of behavior usually find life a lot less enjoyable than those who are used to it. This isn’t to say that you can’t still have a good time without a social life. But a social life that you don’t have to participate in doesn’t automatically make your life less enjoyable.
What I find most interesting about this is that many people who have no interest in Twitter and Facebook also have no interest in having a relationship. Many people who don’t want to talk to people at work but still want to network via Twitter and Facebook also like those networking tools because they like that theres someone they can talk to. They dont want to go to a party and have to deal with people who dont want to socialize, but they still want to talk to people.
How do you get over this desire to keep people around you when it doesn’t matter? The truth is that you can’t, because the people who do like you will always find a way to get you back. What’s more, many people who don’t want to be with people will be hurt by those people (and it hurts them bad enough).