The following is a guest post written by V from the blog StormyNook. V’s first language is Italian, and he likes to share motivational and thoughtful content to help everyone be the very best version of themselves.
If you fall in this category and you think that being a loner it’s sad, or brings you misfortune…
Think again. You’ve probably been misusing or neglecting your “superpowers” while falling prey to your self-loathing.
Useless! You should instead exploit your UNFAIR perks.
What are they, you ask?
Let me give you some of them:
1) YOUR ABILITY TO WITHSTAND LONELINESS.
Before you enter “forever alone” mode, hear me out. I don’t mean it in a bad way.
Because by being able to do so, on paper-you don’t have the urge to have social interactions, when compared to more outgoing individuals.
Who actually need to be around people to feel great-and might experience & feel loneliness more than you.
Instead, you’re fine both ways!
2) YOU HAVE MORE TIME THAN ANYONE.
And this, I consider a cheat code for life, IF you can exploit it.
Think about this.
If you avoid unnecessary social interactions (Spending nights out drunk, meaningless hanging around, useless partying that leaves you in pieces in the morning, ecc..)
You have the ability to use that otherwise wasted time, so you can focus on:
- The things you LOVE
- Your projects\business
- Improving yourself
- Learning stuff
- Becoming a better human, overall
More time on your hands = More relaxation = More time to get ahead of people, HAH!
Isn’t it amazing?
3) YOU CAN CUT OFF MEANINGLESS RELATIONSHIPS MORE EASILY.
Now this might sound cold-hearted and very “inhuman” even, but…
There are some kind of relationships you’re better off without.
I’m talking about the toxic ones.
The ones that hold you back,
That damage you,
That are not giving as much as you,
That you don’t really enjoy.
And while you shouldn’t cut off people randomly from your life (because that IS IMMATURE and shows that you can’t handle cultivating a relationship)
There are times when doing this it’s much needed.
And, being a loner- this might not have the same emotional impact on you-because you’re used to being on your own.
Giving you the ability to be more detached, logic-driven & able to walk away from something that is not for you.
Thank you to V for his contribution to #MillennialLifeCrisis. His blog is StormyNooK. Click here to visit StormyNook > and, while you’re there, drop him a nice note. Being as he’s in Italy right now, he’s under Corona Quarantine and could use some sunshine in his life.