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      Diane17 wrote Mar 1, 2013
    • I think I’m somewhat of a loner.  I don’t have any close friends but I do see some friends several times a year.  Most of the time it’s just me and my family.




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      Linda L wrote Mar 1, 2013
    • Yes I am. I also don’t have any close friends. Most of the time it’s just me. My daughter has a social life.




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Mar 1, 2013
    • It depends. I have a few good friends. I have some acquaintances. When I’m at school, I have a couple of girls I hang around with. When a group of classmates invite me to go to lunch after an exam, I usually go but I leave early. So, I guess I wouldn’t describe myself as a loner but I’m not a social butterfly, either.estatic




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      Nita P wrote Mar 1, 2013
    • im not a loner but have become that way having had close friends whom i finally gave up on and family are not close.  i like to socialise and i like my quiet and alone by myself time.




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      Marya1961 wrote Mar 2, 2013
    • When I think back to my early years (teens, 20’s, 30’s) my social life was booming.  It seems once I hit my 40’s, things changed, people changed.  Most friends and acquaintances that I had were going in different directions, getting divorced, starting new careers, becoming grandmothers...so in essence, I have become a little to myself, and when you have health issues it can put a damper on things.  

      I still try to get out as much as I can.happy




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      Tuliplady wrote Mar 2, 2013
    • Once upon a time I would have called myself a loner.  I’ve always had a few close friends, but in my younger years that was all.  I was alone a lot and very isolated.

      As someone who went Thursday night for happy hour with one friend, supper and a play with another, lunch on Friday with the girls, dinner theater tonight with a different bunch of girls, have a lunch date on Monday....... I think I can say that in my 40s I’ve become quite the social butterfly.




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      Mzd3 wrote Mar 2, 2013
    • Kinda a loner I suppose, social anxiety doesn’t help.




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      Diane17 wrote Mar 2, 2013
    • @ Mary - My social life was booming in my 20s and early 30s as well.  I used to go out every single weekend, but now I don’t and it doesn’t bother me.  I also don’t have a whole lot of free time now that I have two small kids.




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      Tuliplady wrote Mar 3, 2013
    • Kids don’t leave much time for social life.  I had absolutely none when my kids were small.  If it hadn’t been for church, I would have never gotten out at all.




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      Marya1961 wrote Mar 4, 2013
    • Luckily, hub and I share so many things..especially the gardening, bird-watching, playing shuffleboard and of course, Thursday night @ 8:00 p.m. (The Big Bang Theory) we are hooked on that show.  I have found that for some things, being alone is better, like shopping..lol.




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