Too Much Socializing

The shaikh, Dr. Muḥammad ibn Ghālib Al-ʿUmarī, may Allāh protect him, said:

Engaging in social relationships and connecting with people has emerged in some people from being a healthy, beneficial phenomenon to [being] a chronic disease. Your need to be by yourself at times and mix less with people—other than those with whom it’s [Islamically] binding upon you to maintain relations—is something desirable.

ʿUmar, may Allāh be pleased with him, said: “Take your share of seclusion.”

Source: 22 Dec 22.