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  1. Is Living Alone Really That Terrible?

    #896402015-05-11 02:18:06 *King_Deus said:

    I've heard that living alone and dying alone can be the most terrible thing to happen to someone- but I'm not so sure about it.

    Is not being with someone for your entire life really so terrible?

    I'm beginning to think that perhaps, one might have more money and more opportunities in life if one becomes eternally single.

  2. #896422015-05-11 04:10:13Frey said:

    Depends on how much alone you can handle. I guess the worst alone I can imagine is being in a space ship alone drifting away in space...forever.

    It's actually hard to be 'alone' because you interact with people regardless of the method. Talking, body language, chatting using the internet.

    Try suffering alone without any kind of interaction. Just. you. not even a pencil.

  3. #896432015-05-11 04:18:19 *Yugure said:

    I'm 10 and I live alone. Yes, as I tell chat from time to time

    Anyways, for me, it isn't that terrible. By just staying at home + no schools (and still no job), I can relax, and sometimes, do stuff (like going to far places). I actually like it.

    My only problem is morning chores. Yeah, I hate it.

    And /me agrees to Frey.

  4. #897052015-05-13 05:17:27 *Yugure said:

    I wanna be the very best, like no one ever was...

    To catch them is my real test, to train them is my cause!

    My grav says I am. :D

  5. #896452015-05-11 04:55:19LadyS said:

    I have to agree with Frey. It depends on the type of person you are.

    Living alone can be great because you can do anything you want and live the way you want, but there are times when it gets rather lonely.

    Being alone or single for the rest of your life also depends on the type of person you are. I know people who have lived and died being single, and they seemed to live very happy and fulfilling lives. Personally, I wouldn't want to live and die alone, but that's just me. Everyone's different.

  6. #896582015-05-11 07:09:51Candytenshi said:

    If this has something to do with being single all the way until your death, it can be bad. And living alone until you die also sounds terrible. Especially when you're old and wrinkly and need help when doing certain things.

    But back to being alone/single for the rest of your life, it's a matter of choice. And you can't really tell right now if you will enjoy being alone or single until you die. You will just have to know as you go along as your feelings about it will change. If anybody wants to steer away from the conventional pattern: get a girlfriend/boyfriend, get married, have kids, grow old together and die--then I honestly have nothing against that. Their life, their choice and if it makes them happy, then sure.

  7. #897032015-05-13 03:49:37Mau said:

    That's where you're wrong, single people are already dead.

    It's been proven with science. science.

  8. #896652015-05-11 12:02:08Cloud-VK said:

    I need to go through life with someone to love daily. 24/7. and I think that having children will be the greatest thing I'll do with my life. Im just a famliy man and I couldn't see myself living any other way. Thats me plain and simple. But that's just me.

    Really, I don't care what people do. I'm not really gonna judge either way. Just be happy, and live your life in your own way. That's all anyone needs ta do.

  9. #897382015-05-15 20:56:41mat10tng said:

    Oh man, You get use to live alone, Maybe not from the beginning, but after a while, you come to appreciate it. I mean, yay, sleep when i want, study when i want. Now, granted, it could be a bit lonely from time.

  10. #897442015-05-16 01:13:43 *--Jack-- said:

    Living alone would be very comfortable for me, personally. I like to play games online with friends and chat, but I really don't actively go out to pursue activities with friends. Being alone with either my music, games, books, etc is comfortable with me. The only exception is my girlfriend, who I'd enjoy spending time with in pretty much any amount. Ironically she lives far away right now, but plans on coming back in the future.

    If I didn't have a girlfriend I'd not have a feeling of love pulling me towards someone, so I'd most likely be as content as I am most days, although lesser than now. It really depends on how much you need someone to love, and need someone to love you. A singular person, not friends or family.