what do you feel when you're alone?

China
April 21, 2010 7:40am CST
I always feel lonely when I'm at home by myself. It feels every inch of the air is filled with loneliness. So I would turn on TV (although I don't watch), listen to music. At night, I would also open lights in different rooms all the time. I like to be accompanied. I don't wanna do anything while alone. It feels nice even if I'm reading books or surf on the internet alone in my room, knowing that others are in the next room. It's a little ironic because i've spent much time with myself since childhood since my parents are too busy and they're often out of home even at night. What do you feel when you're alone? Do you like it or not?
5 responses
@ivansama (761)
• Bulgaria
21 Apr 10
l actually feel much better when l'm alone at home . l'm usually online talking to a bunch of people l've never met so l don't really feel lonely.
• China
23 Apr 10
Good for you. Most of time online, i talk to my friends only. However, I prefer to talk with them face to face.
@funkykid (441)
• India
27 Apr 11
if I'm absolutely alone, I don't speak. I mean, of course being there's no one to talk to but sometimes you find yourself talking to yourself in some manner or another, under your breath, comments about this or that. I like to not talk at all and if possible, I don't like to answer the phone.If the internet is on, I use that, if it's not, I will usually watch a movie or use the computer for something else. Only thing is, my parents tend to get home later than they say they are going to be, so I end up getting bored because I don't enough planned.
@besthope44 (12145)
• India
22 May 10
Well i like to be alone at day times, but night i cannot stay alone, as i am afraid of dark and imagination of ghosts..lol.
@cip116 (1011)
• Romania
12 May 10
Many people suffer from loneliness I think that the internet solved a part of this problem Virtual friends can be useful :)
• Indonesia
10 May 10
4 me being alone in home is not a big problem. because i'm always being alone in d home.