Personal time

@aureliah (6165)
September 23, 2017 1:56pm CST
Is it wrong to feel that all you want is to be alone. Today I got to a point where I could not pick calls and I did not want to turn the airplane mode. I just wanted my Me time. Well, does this mean I'm stressed or it's just normal? Sometimes I tend to think that I'm just anti-social.
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@MALUSE (33784)
• Denmark
23 Sep
This is perfectly normal if it doesn't last forever.
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@aureliah (6165)
24 Sep
I wouldn't like that. It could lead to depression maybe
@Kosgey (1206)
23 Sep
That's normal, maybe you are short of your expection.
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@aureliah (6165)
24 Sep
It could be
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@LaxusS (67)
• Philippines
24 Sep
It's normal
@aureliah (6165)
24 Sep
Thanks for assuring me.
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@LaxusS (67)
• Philippines
24 Sep
@aureliah welcome
@kepweng (6985)
5 Oct
do you have personal problems everyday?
@aureliah (6165)
5 Oct
I don't have issues everyday. But we all have issues once in a while
@ilocosboy (34278)
• Philippines
24 Sep
Maybe you are stressed. Of course if you don't want to be disturb then turn to airplane mode or do not disturb mode your phone.
@aureliah (6165)
24 Sep
Mmmm it feels great being away from everything.
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@maezee (29004)
• United States
24 Sep
I dont think there is anything wrong with this at all. Everyone needs their me time. I love it personally.
@aureliah (6165)
24 Sep
I thought it was a problem. Thank you
23 Sep
Maybe you are just stressed out. Go ahead and spend some time alone, sometimes we need to just step back and collect our thoughts, refocus, do nothing. Hope you'll feel better soon.
@aureliah (6165)
24 Sep
Thank you Veronicah. Hope so too
@Corbin5 (85314)
• United States
23 Sep
I think that is normal. I think the majority of humans need time alone.
@aureliah (6165)
24 Sep
I get that quite often so I believe so now.
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