Nowadays more and more people want to live by themselves, why is this happening? What are the reasons? Is it a positive or negative trend?

Recently, the trend to live independently is common. Why people like to live alone or not want to depend on others? It is debatable. In my opinion, it is an acceptable approach because by living alone a
person
can become mature early and become able to understand and handle difficult situations.
In contrast
, most people believe that being an independent
person
they didn’t have to rely on others.
For example
, nowadays, parents send their children abroad for higher education. They send them to become well educated and by being
alone they
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alone, they
can learn how to tackle with the different challenges of lives.
Moreover
, if anyone
want
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wants
to become successful in
life
, it is very essential to have enough confidence. A
person
have
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has
to face pass from separate stages of
life
.
Furthermore
, when number of situations faced by oneself, it
always teach
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always teaches
has always taught
any lesson. On the behalf of that experience one can improve or start working on it to make it better.
In
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From
other
any of various alternatives; some other
another
viewpoint, financial stability
is
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also has
also
have a lot of importance in our society. If somebody is working in his home country and that
person
is from middle class family and but his goal is to earn more, so that he can give
better
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a better life
life
to his love ones. For that reason, he
start
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starts
applying for jobs in
foreign country
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a foreign country
to get enough
finance
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financing
due to
this
he
have
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has
to move somewhere else without family, but now he has to manage all the things by himself. At that time he
start
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started
starts
doing all his work that are related to daily routine, manage office work as well as learn how to cook food for himself. To sum up,
independency teach
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independence, teaches
independence teach
independence teaches
Independence teach
independency teaches
lots of things. It
also
depends on
priorities
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the priorities
of a
person
. Everybody wants to spend a peaceful
life but
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life, but
it is not easy. For everyone to achieve a target in
life
they should have to accept many challenges in
life
.

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