根據研究結果，可提供此階段個體面對獨處時的思考角度、也希望提供相關的學校諮商輔導人員、系所等單位對於此議題之理解或參考的角度。 This research is to find alone experience in early youth college or graduate students, and to understand how individual faces changes in personal and social aspects. The work is conducted through semi-structured interview and narrative method from six participants, 20 to 32 years old, narrative of their alone experience in college or graduate period. The results show： 1. Needs and preparation for solitary (1) Cares from original family affect adaptation of solitary (2) The way to deal with inners affects feeling of solitary (3) How parents discipline affects needs to solitary
2. Adjustment and discovery to individual from alone experience (1) Solitary provides individual time to contemplate (2) Living pattern is more regular in solitary regardless of human interaction (3) To self-explore changes and difference from solitary (4) To shape how individual interacts with others from solitary
This outcome shows how individual thinks in solitary and could be reference for counselors in academic institutes.