Why being a loner may be good for your health

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We tend to decry being alone. But emerging research suggests some potential benefits to being a loner ā€“ including for our creativity, mental health and even leadership skills.

I can be a reluctant socialiser. Iā€™m sometimes secretly pleased when social plans are called off. I get restless a few hours into a hangout. I even once went on a free 10-day silent meditation retreat ā€“ not for the meditation, but for the silence.

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