Hmm. I've always preferred to do things for myself and I hate asking for help. I can feed myself and use phone reminders to remind me to do other random stuff, which I can still ignore and procrastinate on until I feel like doing it... but most of the time things that matter do eventually get done though.
I think going outside and doing things with people 3 times a week is my limit... even people I like.
There's no way in hell I'd be able to handle a normal job... I'd go mad and/or fall apart. Thankfully my income is passive income - I wouldn't even want to freelance online. I can only work with certain people, and there need to be a lot of boundaries. The only "jobs" I've ever had were part-time and either with people I already knew, or I was recommended by a friend. There were no interviews or applications. I've literally never done that in my life.
And I'll go to great lengths to avoid talking on the phone. Thankfully this is becoming easier to avoid with more companies etc using email and Whatsapp... yay.
I live with a friend in a house that we started out renting from an agency, the normal way. Eventually the owners wanted to sell the house, I couldn't afford to buy it and we didn't really want to move, so my dad bought it, so now I'm paying him rent (and also paying off the house slowly).
I don't really know how to rate independence though. Is anyone really truly 100% independent? I think the only people who are really independent are the ones who can live out in the wild and forage/hunt for food. Everyone else is depending on someone else for something (electricity, a job, housing, shops that sell food, etc). I probably wouldn't be all that great at living out in the wild either, lol.