“If it is true as I have observed that people become less social when busy or otherwise challenged in life or work, it may mean that those spending more time socializing or otherwise interrupting their work or time off to socialize or complain or whatever it may be, those people may be so comfortable and unchallenged in work or life that they dig deeper and deeper into involvement with social interaction. This particular behavior is a setup for disaster of the worst proportions as it involves habits within longer established habits of each individual’s unique life layout. Life’s acquired series of each individuals’ habits die hard no matter their type. Without notice, life changes at a blink.” – Jeremy Abram