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Solitude is my greatest addiction 🌙

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  1. Jonathan
    Mar 19, 2018 @ 20:49:09

    Competely agree. I’m the same way.

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  2. Andy
    Mar 19, 2018 @ 23:05:53

    If I’ve not been outdoors for a a few days, particularly to places where I can be alone like the local woods, etc, I start to get a bit tetchy!

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  3. And She's Off!
    Mar 19, 2018 @ 23:56:04

    I agree 100%

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  4. Timeless Classics -- Poetry by Ana Daksina
    Mar 20, 2018 @ 14:10:14

    All of us visionaries and writers are like that, and you’re both. Also you’re at the time of life, and in a societal melee, in which time alone is hard to come by. When all our children really are back to being raised by the whole village things will be more reasonable for the young mother’s. In the meantime, don’t feel bad about yourself, okay? Just because you can’t get enough of it right now doesn’t mean you want too much.

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  5. Marty
    Mar 20, 2018 @ 14:57:26

    I went agoraphobic for six months along my C-PTSD journey. Even in my dark garage sitting in my recliner, my trauma still exploded . I could not escape my own mind, especially my scary thoughts.

    We learn to avoid in small increments. In due time it becomes a habit, a very difficult habit to break.

    For me after exhausting most therapies, meditation/mindfulness eased the thoughts and suffering.

    It never totally goes away. For me it took daily work and action to wrestle some of my life back.

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  6. motivatedandfree
    Mar 21, 2018 @ 11:20:46

    Word!!!

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  7. Matthew Winters (The Comeback Pastor)
    Mar 23, 2018 @ 01:00:58

    I thrive off community, but my greater moments come from solitude.

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