Well, until it gets bad, but bad, until it becomes good.
Well, I mean, no one will affect your mood, well-being. I like it, I want to - I think it's good. I want, I think it's bad. Kaif
Loneliness is needed by everyone. In different quantities, of course. This is the only way to solve problems and sort out your own thoughts. Awareness of the world around comes to a person when he is alone with himself. I believe that if a person really wants to have control over his inner world and life around, then he needs time to analyze what is happening without any external distractions. Therefore, loneliness in a global sense is good. If loneliness is regarded as a long period of time, characterized by the absence of any significant social connections (relations), then everything is subjective. Someone is comfortable from time to time (or constantly) to be left only to themselves, someone, on the contrary, needs a constant company. In this regard, this is just a matter of a personal comfort zone. If a very specific "loneliness", like the absence of a couple, it is rather good than not bad, but in a small amount. For example, after a breakup, being alone is the best way to avoid making the same mistakes in the future, because this is the time to weigh the experience. But if loneliness is prolonged, then, as a rule (i.e. not for everyone, but for the majority), this has a negative effect. And both emotionally and physically. Let's just say, everything is fine until it starts to bring discomfort. As for other reasons, good or bad, don't even think about it.