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And for many years, it was true: my senior year of college, I lived with seven of my closest girlfriends in one house.
Just as I predicted, it was one of the best years of my life.
When I can't reach the top shelf in my closet, well, I figure out a way to get there.
When I buy a new piece of furniture for my apartment, I have to build it.
And when we do disagree consciously, we pay a psychic price." People are often surprised when I tell them I identify as an introvert -- I'm outgoing and enjoy being around people, but I also need time to myself at the end of the day to regroup.
No matter what time of day or night there was always a friend to bounce an idea off of, a shoulder to cry on or a late-night snack buddy. So when I decided to stay in the same city for graduate school only to see all of my friends move away, I was crestfallen to realize that, for the first time in my life, I would be living alone.
I moved into a studio apartment in downtown Evanston, Ill., prepared to be overwhelmed by a crushing loneliness. Living alone gets a bad rap in our society -- on top of the loneliness and security fears (if I had a nickel for every time someone asked, "Don't you get scared all by yourself in the big city? well, I'd never have to complain about shouldering the whole Internet bill again) -- there's actually some hard data that solo dwellers may be worse off health-wise.
In a society built around extroverts, who get their energy from being around other people, we're just now beginning to recognize that some people, so-called introverts, build energy and strength in being alone.
Susan Cain, author of the recent book "Quiet: The Power of Introverts," explained in a Q&A with : "When you're working in a group, it's hard to know what you truly think.