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    [How to Be Alone] Download ò Sara Maitland review À PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Sara Maitland I went alone to a restaurant today Not gonna lie it took some talking into I'm the sort of person who loves foo

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    [How to Be Alone] Download ò Sara Maitland Interesting but hardly mind blowing The book spends eual amounts of time justifying the desire to be alone explaining how being alone

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    Sara Maitland Ö 0 Summary review À PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Sara Maitland [How to Be Alone] Download ò Sara Maitland I didn't finish reading this book The writer has opted for living alone or as she puts it isolation and now she is bringing up some s

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    [How to Be Alone] Download ò Sara Maitland This is part of a School of Life series that turns the “how to” concept on its head instead of areas where we

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    [How to Be Alone] Download ò Sara Maitland review À PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Sara Maitland Download How to Be Alone I was rather disappointed with this book Maitland seems to be assuming that for nearly everybody being placed in the position of solitude or alone this was something that they didn't want So she spends a lot of the book trying to persuade people that maybe it is okay to have some solitude Well I know this I far preferred the book Solitude A Philosophical Encounter by Philip Koch

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    [How to Be Alone] Download ò Sara Maitland Bit of a strange defensive read this one I'd have preferred it if the author had assumed a friendlier reception on the part

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    [How to Be Alone] Download ò Sara Maitland The title should be less How to Be Alone and Why Enjoying Being Alone Doesn't Make You a Psycho Heavy on philosophy and historical examples and literary references Light on practical advice Geared toward people

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    [How to Be Alone] Download ò Sara Maitland How have we arrived in the relatively prosperous developed world at least at a cultural moment which values aut

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    Sara Maitland Ö 0 Summary review À PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ö Sara Maitland [How to Be Alone] Download ò Sara Maitland I did not read this because I need to learn how to be alone I love being on my own outside or at home I do not mind it one bit But as the author

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    Download How to Be Alone Sara Maitland Ö 0 Summary [How to Be Alone] Download ò Sara Maitland There were both fascinating and unsurprising parts of this book It just so happens that the fascinating parts deri

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I didn t finish reading this book The writer has opted for living alone or as she puts it isolation and now she is bringing up some social and psychological statements which are against being alone She comes up with uestions based on these statements and answers them based on personal experience As if this book is an answer key to be handed to anyone who dares to ask her why she chose solitude over social life Anyway I myself am a big fan of solitude yet with all due respect I am looking for some scientific and trustworthy answers rather than the mere experience of a spiritual lady Bit of a strange defensive read this one I d have preferred it if the author had assumed a friendlier reception on t I did not read this because I need to learn how to be alone I love being on my own outside or at home I do not mind it one bit But as the author suggests people who seem to enjoy being on their own or alone tend to be regarded as a little awkward People regularly ask me why I go hiking on my own for instance As I set out for another Sunday walk all on my own someone asked me recently is your desire to be alone so strong I was ashamed to tell her yes in fact it "is But this book sort of puts me in the clear The reasons that Sara Maitland sums "But this book sort of puts me in the clear The reasons that Sara Maitland sums for wanting to really be on her own are exactly the same as mine Spending time alone as for her is a way to recharge my batteries to empty my mind of everyday stuff and to focus on the core and essence of life but also on the beauty of my surroundings it provides food for thought and creative inspiration and it allows me to connect with the things that transcend me So Sara Maitland thank you for this Interesting but hardly mind blowing The book spends eual amounts of time ustifying the desire to be alone explaining how mind blowing The book spends eual amounts of time ustifying the desire to be alone explaining how alone reuires effort and making book recommendations that have to do with loneliness There is less on the habits that make being alone easier and in the way of trying to change the reader s mind on being alone I was rather disappointed with this book Maitland seems to be assuming that for nearly everybody being placed in the position of solitude or alone this was somethi. Learn how to enjoy solitude and find happiness without othersOur fast paced society does not approve of solitude; being alone is literally anti social and some even find it sinister Why is this so when autonomy personal freedom an. ,


Ng that they didn t want So she spends a lot the book trying to persuade people that maybe it is okay to have some solitude Well I know this I far preferred the book Solitude A Philosophical Encounter by Philip Koch How have we arrived in the relatively prosperous developed world at least at a cultural moment which values autonomy personal freedom fulfillment and human rights and above all indi I went alone to a restaurant today Not gonna lie it took some talking into I m the sort of person who loves food and loves trying things out yet between making something myself and going to a restaurant I usually choose the former It s not so much a money issue as it is a company issue For whatever reason I d convinced myself that I d feel weird sitting there alone waiting for my food And I m not talking about McDonald s here However I had saved money from a taxi the night before not by my own wishes I assure you I ust figured walking home was safer than standing in the drunken ueue by myself so I figured why not It didn t help that I d ust experienced one of the miserable nights out in recent memory which made the splurge even in "order Guess what I had a ball Sara Maitland explores solitude in How to be Alone in such a way I "Guess what I had a ball Sara Maitland explores solitude in How to be Alone in such a way I shocked I d never thought about it before Despite the fact that I m a relatively solitary person I spend a great portion of my day online looking things up or writing for class which after a while led me to burn out somewhat People s company while pleasant felt like too much after a while and at times I felt like my head was being yanked in a thousand different directions all at one We live in the digital age where being exposed to stimuli all the time is the norm Worse those who try to escape it by embracing a solitary lifestyle are branded as mad sad or bad In addition to busting those stereotypes Maitland provides some easy exercises and further reading on the uestion of solitude which I actually uite liked The beauty of self help books is of course in the eyes of the beholder but having read it and recognized myself as over exposed and over stimulated I found the advice in here incredibly helpful Going D individualism are highly prized than ever before Sara Maitland answers this uestion by exploring changing attitudes throughout history Offering experiments and strategies for overturning our fear of solitude she to helps us to How to Be Alone

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Ack to my restaurant example I m happy to report that aside from a uick callback to someone else my phone stayed in my bag and I didn t even feel the temptation to browse the web to distract myself until the food came I took my time ordering not because I was worried what the other person might think about my choice but because I actually wanted to decided what to eat I tasted every excruciatingly spicy mouthful of my and ordered dessert which was divine Period I left the restaurant feeling good I can "t help contrasting it with night I d had a mere 18 "help contrasting it with the night I d had a mere 18 earlier at a huge gathering of supposedly people I knew I d barely spoken to anyone else I shoveled food in my mouth because conversation was stilted and difficult I danced with folks I barley knew feeling like a fake the whole way through I went home tired heart sore and disgusted at the amount of money that went into the whole thing It says a lot when prepping for an event aka hair nails and make up are the highlight of your evening Whether conscious solitude is something you want to practice or not my suggestion is not to write off the practice "as silly or as socially aberrant If it s not for you fine neither I nor this book will udge "silly or as socially aberrant If it s not for you fine neither I nor this book will Ways of Knowing About Birth judge for it It worked for me I leave it at that This is part of a School of Life series that turns the how to concept on its head instead of areas where we think we need instruction the books are about areas where we feel like experts topics so simple or automatic they The title should be less How to Be Alone and Why Enjoying Being Alone Doesn t Make You a Psycho Heavy on philosophy and historical examples and literary references Light on practical advice Geared toward people who find themselves alone and don t like it or people who are perplexed by a friend or loved one who enjoys solitude There were both fascinating and unsurprising parts of this book Itust so happens that the fascinating parts derive not from Maitland s prose but by the considerable amount of excerpts she used between original writing I can say that this was a book that produced a strong desire in me to read from all the authors that seem to have inspired her. Ractise it without anxiety and encourages us to see the benefits of spending time by ourselves By indulging in the experience of being alone we can be inspired to find our own rewards and ultimately lead enriched fuller lives From. ,