We spend more time in our homes alone than in many other environments. And the amount of time spent alone is growing. This is a sad reality. People spend more hours in their own homes than in offices, coffee shops, airplanes, or public transportation. This isn’t a new phenomenon. In fact, the amount of time people spend each day alone is increasing.
The fact is that we are spending more time each day in our own homes than in any other place. This is a problem, and a big one. With the average number of hours a person spends each day in their own home falling, the amount of time people spend each day alone is growing. Our culture loves the idea of being “alone”. But the reality is that we are spending more and more time alone every day.
That is a problem because, like the number of hours we spend each day on the internet, the amount of time we spend alone is growing. We live in a society that is addicted to the idea of being alone. And while that might be a good thing, the reality is that it is destroying our social fabric.
It’s not a problem in and of itself, but it does affect our social connections. As our society becomes more and more social, social relationships get more important. For instance, the more people you spend time with at your job, the more likely you are to be seen as a desirable individual. And while that might be fine for the workplace, it can be very damaging in our personal lives. And so the urge for social connections in our personal lives grows more and more by the day.
Now, of course, we don’t have to live in a social bubble. We all have lives outside of our jobs and lives. But the more social we are, the more we’ll naturally gravitate towards the people we spend time with.
The more social we are, the more likely we are to be seen outside of our normal lives as a desirable individual who we can trust to be there for us. And since we’re all naturally social creatures, it’s only a matter of time before we connect in some way to our closest friends and relatives. The more social we are, the more we know that we can count on our closest friends for support, advice, and help.
This is obviously true if you’re reading this, but there are two other important social factors that can play into this equation. The first is the tendency to seek out new friendships. If you are in a relationship, you’re probably going to want to be close to your significant other. So the more social we are, the more likely it is that we will want to be with people that we feel secure with.
The second is the tendency to be social with strangers. We socialize with people we feel like we know, even if we don’t know them very well. We are more likely to be friends with someone that we have come into contact with before or know quite well, even if our familiarity is limited.
The problem is in a new relationship, you feel that you have to be social with a stranger, since you’re already in a relationship. It doesn’t matter if you like them or not, they are still strangers to you. So if the idea of being with a stranger makes you uncomfortable, you’re probably just going to be more likely to be with someone you know well.
The idea of an apartment complex should be like a big room where you can put your things and be with your friends. But the more people that live in a building, the more people you are going to have to interact with, and the more you need to be social.