People are also loners because they prefer their own company and get tired of people asking "why are you so quiet" whenever you actually do mix at a group function. They aren't afraid of silence and don't feel the need to flap their lips with other people simply just to make noise because silences between people is for some reason taboo.
They are also generally calm passive type of people who don't make enemies and get along with everyone. Unfortunately our personality type also makes the best serial killers, we are calm, cool headed, and methodical.
We can mix in groups when we want to but find it forced and unnatural. You'll find we actually have quite strong opinions on matters since we have alot of time to sit and think over issues
They rarely have a boyfriend or girlfriend because they don't flirt, don't talk much, or give any social effort, as I said earlier. And that pretty much doesn't give the opposite sex any sign of interest consequently not getting asked out, and if they do get asked out they usually get asked out by someone who doesn't know them(loners are picky about who they let in their personal lives) and the guys they do like don't feel the need to flirt anymore becuase there was nothing coming from the loner.
guy 2: yeah, I bet she has a boyfriend.
guy 3: no, she's a loner.
preppy girl: why is he so quiet, what is his problem?
preppy girl 2: lyk yeah, he's soo weird...
At work a loner is not always looked at as an loner as long as he or she is feeling happy about his or her job and often communicates with others very easily. The only problem comes to mind when those he or she works with want to become a social figure outside the work area, the loner usualy avoids contacts outside the work area.
When a loner finds a companion he or she loves intimate that person becomes a trustee and the loner tries to hold on to this relationship as long as possible.
In my life so far I only felt in love once (im 28 right now) I met her at my job during the holidays, it was very hard for me to make contact with her. I was so afraid she would not like me and before I made any move whatsoever I needed to now if she liked me too. Luckily for me we had time to get to know each other and my selfconfidence grew by the days we worked together. One particular day I found the courage and asked her out for a date, she accepted and that led to a 3 year relationship.
We broke up 3 years ago and I felt betrayed and still feel like this to this day, but in my hart I know it's just me who's in the wrong.