Most of all I like freedom to go,and come as I please. I have different family member too spend the weekend sometimes with me.
At age of 56 now, I'm sick, tired and very lonely, I feel I'm cursed. We had a great relationship, we both thought this was meant to be after all these years, after we both ended bad relationships, we were meant to be together. Sadly three years later, my soulmate passed away suddenly, no warnings. Almost year and half later, I haven't been the same.
50 percent of households in Tokyo comprised of only one person in 2010 and 46 million people in Europe live by themselves.
In Australia the number of women living alone rose to 13 per cent in 2003 from 11 per cent a decade earlier and 46 million people now live alone in Europe.
it is as the realities of your children and grandchildren become more necessary than your existence, your achievements are blindingly un-resurrected, and the obvious that your Lifetime Choices did not MEAN anything to the World's History or to the neighborhood you taught in. The Blacks in my condo building and neighborhood feel I have something that they want......a luxury condo ....that means money.....
Once we ACCEPT the fact that we are on the RECEIVING END of Life, not the Choosing End, then we can accept being Alone and Appreciating what Little comes our way. I have no real BF at the moment and do not bring family and friends to my apt because they don't like my neighborhood ..is dangerous and not safe...of shootings and killings and drugs ..my family dislikes the ungrooms houses and so forth in the area and the aggressiveness of the people...
The great plus to living alone is not having to go through the mess and discomfort of someone dying in your life when you are still going fairly strong.