Thanks for your reply.you said living alone does not mean lonely, but human is a social being, is it possible for a person live alone for life and remain mentally healthy? I really doubt it.
If a person does not follow a social norm, then it must be difficult for this person to find a sense of belonging, am I wrong?
Then, any tips for a person who does not follow social norm or even 'weird' to the 'main stream' to find belonging?
Living alone and loneliness are also two seperate things. Some people living alone are indeed lonely but some are very active socially.
Yes you are wrong; a person does not have to follow social norm in order to find a sense of belonging. Such a person can find belonging with other people who do not follow social norm. Your problem is that you believe there is only one norm, and that is simple not true.