Loners are unique people. They are the ones who can be with themselves and feel at ease. In fact, they even prefer solitude to crowds and over-socializing; but they have their circle of friends, however small.
What’s also great about them is that they rarely get to feel lonely, even if they spend most of their time by themselves. That’s because they are generally in touch with their emotions and just know how to be.
Here are the 5 special personality traits these people share:
Loners are really self-aware people. That’s due to all that time spent alone looking within, introspecting. So while others ignore or worse, run away from their emotions, loners choose to focus on them. This is what helps them get to know themselves better than most people.
People who prefer to be alone have incredible strength and willpower, almost to envy by others. They know how to handle tough situations because of all that time they invested in self-reflection.
3. Valuing time
Time is probably the greatest asset they have. They are acutely aware of it as well as of its passing. This is why they will not let others waste their time. They hate small talk and try to avoid trivialities as much as they can. Time is one of their best friends.
4. Firm boundaries
They have strong values and know how to set clear ideals, however grounded in reality. Also, they respect the boundaries set by other people and will let you know if you crossed theirs.
Spending a lot of time on their own doesn’t mean they are rigid. They will make sure they have a diversity of activities that will reflect their new ideas. They like to explore, starting with their thoughts and ending up with the whole universe. They prefer however to try out new stuff alone first and then with other people.