Is it possible to be a very warm, approachable, friendly person, enjoy your company loads, and not want to socialise? I'm not depressed. I'm the most happiest, and confident I've ever been. I always had trouble with mental health providers throwing round words like "social isolation," because it assumes that isolation is harmful, and 'society' in general, is given the magic wand for that person's healing, rather than that person saying, "No, that's not for me, thanks. I enjoy my own company, have a lot of meaningful contact with others all the time because I'm not depressed/disconnected anymore and if I'm suicidal it's not because I'm 'socially isolated.' It's because of other reasons. Being alone doesn't necessarily mean being unhappy or lonely." Any thoughts?