Learning to be alone can be the greatest adventure of your life and a fascinating journey inside you that will connect you with the world and with yourself.
Wanted, unwanted, looked for, provoked, unnoticed—solitude can adopt many forms and many colors, but most of the time, it is a situation that scares us, one that we run from and try to avoid at all costs. In today’s world, after a certain age, it seems being alone is understood as a failure: being single, divorced, separated is something you have to flee at any cost. And yet, knowing how to be alone is a sign of maturity, of autonomy, of personal wealth.
Not having a partner doesn’t mean you’re alone.
Discover the pleasure to be with yourself.