Depends, most of the time that I'm surrounded by others im usually pressured into trying not to just beat the hell outta the people that I'm forced to be around (class, home, cafés, etc) with an exception of 2-5 people, but when im by myself for a while I'm usually trying to prevent myself from going insane because of myself
I have a limit of people I can be around at the same time to be comfortable when I'm just another member of the group, or when I don't know them, which is around 10 or less. Other than that and I get really uncomfortable.
I have zero issues interacting with people face to face, and indeed enjoy it. But doing so drains me considerably and I have to run off and be alone to recharge my social batteries. I am an introvert who enjoys conversation, which I know is strange by most standards.
I would like to think I'm a really social person! Heck, I just came back from a mini horror movie party this morning. Being social 100% of the time can really burn me out though, so I do need some alone time now and again.
CaptainfuckbusFeatured By OwnerJun 11, 2015Hobbyist Digital Artist
i prefer solitude not because of the whole deal of avoiding social contact and people, i really love meeting new people and talking
but i prefer it because it usually means i can be in a relatively peaceful, calm and relaxing enviroment where i don't get interrupted or approached frequently (or at all) and i get to focus on what i wanna do
As long as it's not family, I'm good. After all, the blood of the covenant is thicker than the water of the womb. I prefer spending time with friends rather than hear my mother or siblings yak all day.
Mm. It's hard to say these days. With work, I'm constantly surrounded by people, working for them and trying to make their workdays easier and more productive. On the weekends, I do enjoy being with friends ... especially now that I have more in real life ... but I'm used to being alone and comfortable in my own privacy.