Nowadays more and more people want to live by themselves. What are the reasons? Is it a positive or negative trend?
Image result for Nowadays more and more people want to live by themselves. What are the reasons? Is it a positive or negative trend? Today due to increasing dearness and inadjustability in people lead them to live solitary life. As in that way of living, they have little responsibility and full of freedom to live life as their will. However, at later stage in life, they might find themselves alienated from the main stream of society and can invite many psychological break down

Nowadays, people's greed of privacy leading them towards life of loneliness. This development might occur because of increasing capabilities of earning of individual and being able to afford own expenses with spending more time in cyber world.

However, this life disillusions people at later stage when get saturated completely with living materialistic life. Later they endeavour for finding emotions from the world for them and feel to have a family. But realisation of this concept at later stage would become vain for their settling up in a family.

Nevertheless, this trend of living life alone might be happening because of some people's weak approach of not maintaining commitment or find themselves incomplete for affording their family or compromising with their way of living. 

Moreover, scenario of break ups in relations and divorces in marriages have been increasing and later compensation has  to be given by them to their spouses for their expenses also scare people not to engage in living together or making family.

Thus, unless people have capabilities of loneliness management that ends at time, they will find terrible consequences of informal abdication from society. They should engage more with family, friends spend times in communities and live in cyber world reckoning their professional needs. This recommended changes will bring harmoniousness in their life. 


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