Don t want to be alone this weekend

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Do you hate spending time alone? If so, I totally understand. It can be a bit boring, and maybe a tad lonely. And yet, it can't be denied that occasionally going solo is pretty darn important. This is especially true if you start showing s that you need more alone time.

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As an example, think back to those days you felt crankier than usual, or frustrated for no reason. These may have been little hints that you needed to slow down and, say, spend the evening at home with nothing but your dog, Netflix, and a ton of snacks. Yes, even if that meant missing out on something else. Taking time to yourself — to be alone, to travel, to partake in a hobby — is essential, and definitely not something you should forgo.

As psychologist Dr. Nikki Martinez tells me, " It may sound scary, or feel totally unnatural at first. But it is a skill that's necessary to develop, lest you spend the rest of our life feeling stressed out. Read on for some s that you really need to disconnect and relax — all by your lonesome. Some of us aren't super into our phones, and that's OK. But if you feel the urge to casually toss yours across the room whenever it rings, take note.

Not answering your phone — even when you're available — can be a that you need a little time to yourselfclinical counselor Paula Anderson tells me. This urge to be "off the radar" is your body telling you to, well, be off the radar. Listen to it every now and again and you'll likely feel much better.

If you feel frustrated by everyone and everything, you might have a "human hangover," says life coach Bridget Chambers in an to Bustle. Your partner didn't do anything worth yelling about, and neither did your best friend. And yet you can't keep yourself from snapping at them. In fact, you find yourself snapping at everyone in your life — whether they did something to "deserve" it or not.

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Not cool. Like I said, not everyone enjoys spending time alone. But if you deeply and truly detest the idea, consider it all the more important. Let that resistance be your guide, and do it anyway. It's really nice to get validation from friends, family, partners, etc. But you shouldn't be getting it from them exclusively.

If you feel like you require someone else's advicethen it may be time to hang out with yourself. While everyone is annoying from time to timewe've all had those days when the entire planet seems downright awful — even thought nobody's doing anything wrong. Or maybe you despise how they pour their cereal, or hate what they're watching on TV.

When this level of sensitivity occurs, it's most definitely time to retreat. It's possible to have too much of a good thing, even if that good thing is the company of others.

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So take note if you suddenly feel bored in the presence of your otherwise amazing friends. If you've been extra busy as of late, don't be surprised if your body sabotages your schedule.

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This might show up in the form of a cold that keeps your from going to work, or a flu that requires you to cancel that last-minute trip. It may feel like horrible timing, but take it as a hint that you need to relax. It's totally OK to cry, and you should do so whenever you want.

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But don't ignore your mood if you've been feeling extra teary as of lateas it may be a that you're over doing it. An evening or weekend spent doing exactly what you want to do truly can help. If you've been burning the candle at both endsyour old pal Anxiety can and will come strollin' on in. You might feel a sense of overwhelm, Powers tells me, or like your anxiety has turned up a few notches.

Taking some time to yourself can help the stress — and your anxiety — dial back down. If you're getting a full eight hours, but still feel tired, it may be a you need some time to yourself. Then go ahead and give into that nap — and any additional alone time you may require. By Carolyn Steber.

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