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Living in loneliness is giving you 6 special personality traits!

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1. They have firm boundaries.

Loners have firm and protective boundaries they always have their eyes on. This is what helps them set strong values for themselves. They know that they aren’t lonely, and even if they were the last person on  Earth, they’d still remain positive.

If you respect their boundaries, they will respect yours. And if you try to cross them, they’ll let you know. Faithfulness is very important to them.

2. They are loyal.

Loners aren’t sick for attention like most people. But something that they do crave are loyal friends. A loner is probably the most loyal friend you’ll ever have. They gladly give their true friends are helping hand and always value them.

They exercise these traits with friends, relationships, family — everywhere they make a connection.

3. They are open-minded.

Even if they prefer solitude, this doesn’t mean they’re not opened. They are go-getters and enjoy various activities and always come up with new exciting ideas. A loner doesn’t spend their life between 4 walls.

They also like to try new things to see if they’re missing out on something. However, they do like to be alone before starting up an activity that involves more people.

4. They are level-headed.

Loners are tough and can make it through the hardest of times. Their alone time gives them the opportunity to self-reflect and have the willpower to make it in stressful situations.

They usually take the time to be alone and recharge during such stress. This helps them rationally analyze the situation and figure out a plan.

5. They are self-aware.

While many people tend to avoid their emotions and thoughts, loners focus on them. This offers them the ability to be fully aware of themselves. And it’s an important characteristic they possess to have success in life.

Knowing themselves well helps them understand other people better. Even though depressive thoughts happens to everyone, loners know how to navigate through them.

6. They value time.

Time is one of the most, if not most, important things to loners. They are well aware that time is an asset which drives success. They put major effort to value other people’s time, avoid being late and don’t allow anyone to waste theirs.

They also avoid fake behaviors and stay away from shallow people whom cannot bring a benefit to their life. Overall, respecting time with a loner should be mutual, and you can expect a genuine friendship or partner.

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