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  • Annmarie Throckmorton, M.A.


Rare and valued for its benefits to one's mental, emotional, even to one's physiological health, solitude usual comes in moments that are few and far between. How fortunate I am to have secured ample solitude into my life. I feel gratitude for this. I am glad that I am not forced to live with wild, crazy, mean people. When I live with myself I live with someone upon whom I can depend.

It is said that short-term social isolation, time alone to think and develop, can be as vital as social interaction it is to personal development and ultimately to societal cohesion amongst healthy individuals.


by Annmarie Throckmorton, copyright 2023



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