Dating a loner guy

I don't have to listen to everyone complain about "getting old" or be put in the middle of "gender bashing." (Where wives complain that their husbands act like "babies" and husbands complain that their wives talk too much etc.)... And I do best with other people who are more self-sufficient and independent too...

I don't have to conform to the norms and beliefs and lifestyle of any group because I stay off on the sidelines... I wouldn't do well if I hooked-up with a man who wanted to spend all of his free time with family and friends and never wanted to be alone with himself..me.

The question you need to ask yourself is WHY is this person a loner.

Then, there is the danger zone with loners in that they will 'cling' to you because you are their only friend and it can get out of hand and quite suffocating.

You may wonder why introverts seem so uneasy at parties.

Brain research suggests that introverts become overstimulated at social gatherings.

I found there is truth to the saying that still waters run deep. Then, there is the danger zone with loners in that they will 'cling' to you because you are their only friend and it can get out of hand and quite suffocating.Your boyfriend spends Saturday nights at home with a book.Rather than enjoy the company of his co-workers, he prefers to dine alone at lunch.Dating means putting yourself out there, meeting new people and putting effort into getting to know those people in the hope of making a solid connection.If you’re the type of person who feels drained after being social and you need a lot of alone time to recharge, dating can be absolutely exhausting.