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It's a Saturday night. You feel like going out, but like many weekends before, you don't have any plans. You heard a local bookstore is holding a reading series, but none of your friends would be into it.

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Weather in the L. What to do during a short layover What Beach area should I visit? Sometimes there's nothing to do but find a spot to stand, try to look relaxed, and maybe do some people watching. Getting past this issue is mostly a matter of realizing it's okay to go to certain places on your own.

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Because they think about it so much they're more likely to notice when other people are solo and ponder what it means - "He's alone. You know, if we ignore your ten-minute break at the start of every tuere and your ten-minute break at the end of every hour and those occasional ten-minute breaks in the middle, you basically NEVER stop working. What's going through his mind? So go Married for nsa hookup, start the party tonight.

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If you arrive early enough to snag a spot you have to kill time while you wait for the show to start which is often late. If someone really gives them a lot of thought, I'd be willing to bet they struggle with their own hang ups about going out alone. If you can get that straightened out then you'll feel content during the times you still choose to do something without your friends.

Do you brave talking to anyone outside your social group, other than try to chat someone up?

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And if nobody bites, you stand out less among a larger crowd. Being solo can also gently push you to be yo sociable, because if you want to talk to someone you'll need to make it happen yourself.

If you're feeling nervous and exposed because you're not with anyone, all that htere with have nothing to do can amplify your insecurities. It can feel even more daunting when you're out alone, and are filled with worries about people seeing you as a creepy loner. If you're alone, a half-hour break between bands can drag on forever, and you probably don't want to only drink to keep busy.

Tgat people at the venue will have friends to talk to and the time will pass easily enough. You can go out, practice as much as you'd like, on your own time, and then leave whenever you want to. That's when they can't shake the feeling that there's something wrong with them for having to resort to coming alone, and that nayone going to Numinbah guy looking for a sexy cougar down on them for it. People might see you chatting and think you look approachable.

Instead of being glued to your screen, look out into the action, take in the view. Just great. It can be a good way to practice social skills like starting and holding conversations with strangers.

You ghat like going out, but like many weekends before, you don't have any plans. They seem nice. But get the tone right as you say it or it might bomb. Luckily, because of smart phones this issue isn't as bad as it used to be.

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Relative anonymity is your friend here. If you tjere to see a band, stand-up comedian, or poetry reading there will be dull stretches where no one is performing. I'll mostly cover doing it to socialize and make friends, with shorter mentions of going out just for an activity, and to practice your social skills.

No coordinating of rhere, no egos to satisfy other than your own. It's not at all unusual for well-adjusted, socially active people to do things by themselves.

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