Why do carers enjoy time on their own? Is it because there are no demands, because they can choose how, when, where to spend their time, or is it because you become disconnected and even disenchanted with people because no one really understands? I am wondering this after reading some discussions especially the dream holiday discussions and relating to the desire of carers to be alone. As a carer, I too enjoy time to myself but I wonder if I am cutting myself off socially. Am I anti social to prefer my own company given the choice? How do others feel?
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