Thoreau goes back and forth between saying that he has never felt lonesome, and then counteracts it later with "to be alone was something unpleasant"

How does thoreau resolve his sense of unpleasantness with respect of being alone

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He resolves it by restating, many times, his comfort in nature. He tends to overstate this but that is how he seems to cope with his loneliness.