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A single young person estranged from society and family, who suffers from psychogenic pain, and tends to live ‘on the edge’, vacillating between aggression and depression; loners often have unrealistic goals, but are unable to work towards those goals
Prognosis Guarded; progressive depression, poor functionality, suicidal tendencies

loner

Psychiatry A single young man estranged from society and family, who suffers from psychogenic pain, and tends to live 'on the edge', vacillating between aggression and depression; loners often have unrealistic goals, but are unable to work towards those goals Prognosis Guarded; progressive depression, poor functionality, suicidal tendencies

Patient discussion about loner

Q. how do i get people to nitice me at the lunch table im a loner and every body laughs how can i be a coolie im want to be popalar how do it do i t

A. the best way to be cool, is when you stop caring if poeple find you cool, if you start twisting your life in order to be liked by everyone you're not cool, you're SLAVE.

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To Bob Heisen, who had worked his way up from cook to recreation director at the center, the kid reminded him a lot of Noel - a loner who didn't want to be alone.
There's also a ruthless woman (Angeliki Papoulia) who seems unlikely to ever find a match but, because she's so good at nailing Loners during spells of hunting, her total number of days has actually grown into the high 50s.
Or the scene where all four loners are outside a facility watching a young couple getting married inside.
I learned to be a loner when I was a kid and the lesson never really left me.
Paterson stressed that social media has also encouraged the rise of home-grown terrorism, particularly among 'disaffected loners sometimes on the margins of society,' adding that Norwegian mass killer Anders Breivik is a prime example.
Most telling was a remark by fish AB/S (known as editorial assistant Allison Bohac in her human form), who said that as the only social fish in a loners' group, she had scrounged her snacks from caches discovered by the elusive loners she was trying to swim with.
We cannot look at every one who is a quiet loner and think they may turn to guns and murder"
Of herds and hermits; America's lone wolves and submissive sheep or the American intellectual as loner and outcast.
More than 200,000 extra properties are needed each year to cope with the increasing number of households, with three-quarters of homes set aside for living loners.
However, not until I became deeply involved in the shooting sports did I truly develop lasting friendships and managed to shed the loner attitude.
They say the image of a male loner who prefers meeting virtual friends in a chat room to going out with real people is outmoded and incorrect, although their findings revealed that men still use the internet more than women - 40 per cent compared with 28 per cent.
And talking up the dangers increased the risk of deranged loners staging such attacks, according to Professor Graham Pearson, former director of the Ministry of Defence's chemical and biological research centre at Porton Down.