- Did you leave your last love for some one else or no one else?
My last love left me for someone else, I didn’t leave them.
- Do you enjoy being alone? Yes or No
I don’t mind it on the whole, so I guess my answer would be “Yes”. I don’t enjoy being lonely, but that is a completely different thing.
- Which of these reasons is most likely to spark your motivation for solitude:
a. It sparks my creativity
b. I enjoy the quiet
c. Being alone helps me get in touch with my spirituality
d. I value the privacy
e. I do not feel liked when I am around others
f. I cannot be my true self when I am around others
There’s a bit of an element of all of these in my answer. I do enjoy quiet and I value my privacy and having my own space. I’m not especially spiritual, but solitude and quiet can help bring a meditative inner peace and tranquillity, so I guess that’s the same thing in my perspective; it’s certainly good for my “soul”. There are times when I feel unliked and that I’m not able to “be me” when I’m with others, and I do tend to retreat from the world to be by myself in these circumstances; it gives me a chance to heal and regather my strength. As I mentioned in a recent post, I have always tended to be a bit of a loner and I keep my own counsel. I guess it just suits me.
- Have you ever tried to win back an ex-significant other?
– Yes or No
– Were you successful?
– If yes, did you regret it?
– How long did the reconciliation last?
When my marriage was falling apart, I did manage to patch it up for a couple of months. With hindsight, that was a mistake; it simply prolonged the agony for all involved. It probably needed to be done, if only to prove that it was beyond repair, but I do wish I’s been strong enough to have accepted the break as final the first time it happened. The loss of hope for the second time was much harder to bear.
- Do you mind if your significant gives or receives harmless flirtation?
Not in the least. I do it so, if I were with someone, I couldn’t object to them doing so as well.