What made you a loner?
A loner is a person who does not seek out, or may actively avoid, interaction with other people. There are many potential reasons for their solitude; intentional reasons include being preoccupied with the accumulation of wealth or introverted, mystic, spiritual, religious, and personal considerations.
Are loners smarter?
Loners are smart. “The findings suggest (and it is no surprise) that those with more intelligence and the capacity to use it … are less likely to spend so much time socializing because they are focused on some other longer term objective,” Graham said.
Is it strange to want to be alone?
Even people who choose to be alone, they point out, can do so for different reasons. Some reasons for being alone are likely to be indicative of good psychological health, while others are more likely to spell trouble.
Are loners quiet?
Although not all introverts are loners, loners are likely to be introverts — but both may be misunderstood in a culture that favours the gregarious and highly sociable.