I'm 38 and recently split up with my husband. I am deliberately avoiding meeting new men and I can only take people in small doses. I do what I have to do in the way of interaction and then I just want to be left alone. Is this normal?

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Not for most but it is becoming more and more necessary to be guarded and withdrawn from society. Society is failing as a whole and our personal lives suffer as af result. Nobody but you can decide if seclusion is best for you but you. You have experienced a life altering situation and being alone to process it all may be healthy. Especially if people (in general) are causing you discomfort.

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