Do You Answer Yourself?

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Ok, so I spoke with my Psychologist (who's also a great friend). He suggested to get rid of my anxiety, I need to release energy by talking to myself. And not just talk to myself, but have full-blown conversations with myself to discuss the issue.

It's nice to have a green card to talk (and answer) myself, but I'm a pretty conservative person. So, what would you say if we were talking and I said, "Excuse me for one moment." And started having a serious discussion with myself?

I want to know so I can prepare myself for what others will say.
  • Profile picture of the author Thomas
    I have long rambling conversations with myself in when driving in my car... whilst my better-half stares out the window, perhaps regretting breaking up with Jimmy O'Donnell many years ago and sinking her talons into me.
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  • Profile picture of the author CTABUK
    Frankly, anyone who talks to his or her self is a complete nutcase. Sorry, but that is a fact.


    I agree David

    Yes I thought you would, but trying to get this lot in Warriors OT section to agree with simple common sense is like banging your head on a brick wall.

    Tell me about it! They are all raving loonies.

    OH, I know that my friend, take that Christie Love - now, have you ever seen such a pretty face? But, Oh my, talk about weird!


    I have noticed, and I agree she's a real stunner, but some of her posts! Well, the mind boggles.

    Talking about boggles, what about Thomas?


    HIM!! Words fail me.


    Anyway I'm off for a coffee, can I make you one?

    Yes mate.
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    • Profile picture of the author Thomas
      Originally Posted by CTABUK View Post

      ... such a pretty face? ... real stunner ... Talking about boggles...
      Is that all I am to you people? A boggler of minds?

      <----------- And what about my face?

      Am not I also a stunner?
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    • Profile picture of the author Christie Love
      Originally Posted by CTABUK View Post

      Frankly, anyone who talks to his or her self is a complete nutcase. Sorry, but that is a fact.


      I agree David

      Yes I thought you would, but trying to get this lot in Warriors OT section to agree with simple common sense is like banging your head on a brick wall.

      Tell me about it! They are all raving loonies.

      OH, I know that my friend, take that Christie Love - now, have you ever seen such a pretty face? But, Oh my, talk about weird!


      I have noticed, and I agree she's a real stunner, but some of her posts! Well, the mind boggles.

      Talking about boggles, what about Thomas?


      HIM!! Words fail me.


      Anyway I'm off for a coffee, can I make you one?


      Yes mate.
      You never cease to give me a good laugh.
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    • Profile picture of the author Christie Love
      OH, I know that my friend, take that Christie Love - now, have you ever seen such a pretty face? Awe shucks!

      But, Oh my, talk about weird! I'm just having a bit of fun. Can you blame me for that? You should join me sometime.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mike Wright
      I seem to have an uncanny psychic ability on every occasion
      to know the reply before I have to utter it. Sometimes I even
      know the prior opening statement as well

      Its just a cross I have to bear
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      • Profile picture of the author Mark Brock
        Do I answer myself?


        Yes!
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  • Profile picture of the author CTABUK
    Shall I compare thee to a summers rose?

    Indeed I can young Thomas, they too get right up my nose.

    David, thou art writing in prose

    Well that won't matter here, because nobody knows.
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  • Profile picture of the author PettyL111
    Originally Posted by Christie Love View Post

    Ok, so I spoke with my Psychologist (who's also a great friend). He suggested to get rid of my anxiety, I need to release energy by talking to myself. And not just talk to myself, but have full-blown conversations with myself to discuss the issue.

    It's nice to have a green card to talk (and answer) myself, but I'm a pretty conservative person. So, what would you say if we were talking and I said, "Excuse me for one moment." And started having a serious discussion with myself?

    I want to know so I can prepare myself when people for what other people will say.
    People would definitely say you're insane.
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    • Profile picture of the author Christie Love
      Originally Posted by PettyL111 View Post

      People would definitely say you're insane.
      Ha! I guess it helps that I don't care what other people say. I actually get a kick out of it.
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      • Profile picture of the author lilmechante01
        Originally Posted by Christie Love View Post

        Ha! I guess it helps that I don't care what other people say. I actually get a kick out of it.
        I want to give you a two-thumbs-up kudos for this..but then I had a thought...if she doesn't care what other people say then it's kind of like trying to answer a rhetorical question

        Hmmm....could it be that some people don't take time to talk to themself because they're too busy listening to other people's voices in their heads?:p

        Of course, since I can be a chatterbox and spend lots of time talking to other people..why shouldn't I talk to myself too? Heck...sometimes conversations with myself are more stimulating
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Wilkinson
    I try to pretend that I'm talking to the stupid cat. That way I can
    make the argument to myself that I'm not going nuts after all. I DO
    talk back to TV commercials. ("Do you want to buy.............?")
    "Hell no!!, why would I wanna buy that piece of.........."

    Tom
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    • Profile picture of the author Christie Love
      Originally Posted by Thomas Wilkinson View Post

      I try to pretend that I'm talking to the stupid cat. That way I can
      make the argument to myself that I'm not going nuts after all. I DO
      talk back to TV commercials. ("Do you want to buy.............?")
      "Hell no!!, why would I wanna buy that piece of.........."

      Tom
      Tom, that's just normal stuff. I see people do this all the time. But, wait... when I see it, I do kinda look at them strangely. Ok, you're in the same boat as me. It's a good thing I'm not alone on this island.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jared Alberghini
    I have telekinetic conversations with myself quite frequently.
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    • Profile picture of the author ShayB
      Originally Posted by Jared Alberghini View Post

      I have telekinetic conversations with myself quite frequently.
      So you talk to yourself while moving objects with your mind?

      Wow. That beats Thomas' superpowers.
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        Originally Posted by ShayRockhold View Post

        So you talk to yourself while moving objects with your mind?

        Wow. That beats Thomas' superpowers.
        Nay, some cow-milker from the mountains of Vermont can't possibly hope to exceed my superior abilities.

        It just can't happen.

        Ever.
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        • Profile picture of the author ShayB
          Originally Posted by Thomas View Post

          Nay, some cow-milker from the mountains of Vermont can't possibly hope to exceed my superior abilities.

          It just can't happen.

          Ever.
          I dunno. You can't tell me what your superpowers are. They must be lame. :rolleyes:
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            Originally Posted by ShayRockhold View Post

            I dunno. You can't tell me what your superpowers are. They must be lame. :rolleyes:
            On the contrary: I'm not telling you for your own good; they are so amazing, your brain would seek out a tear in the space-time continuum and fall though it just to escape having to contemplate the sheer enormity of my astonishing abilities.
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          Originally Posted by Thomas View Post

          Nay, some cow-milker from the mountains of Vermont can't possibly hope to exceed my superior abilities.

          It just can't happen.

          Ever.
          Did you ever try to milk a cow in the side of a mountain?
          It ain't easy, either the pail or the cow keep tipping over.
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            Do you see bugs, Ken? No, Ken, what bugs? Right there, Ken, they're EVERYWHERE! And they're CHOREOGRAPHED, Ken! Geez, Ken, get a grip, maybe switch to decaf or lay off the peyote before dinner.
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              • Profile picture of the author jimmymc
                I talk to myself quite frequently...It usually happens when the light bulb over my head comes on. I say things like: "well, you dumb ass" or "You stupid F***".

                I do enjoy singing to myself... though I can never remember all the words to a song, so I just make them up.
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            Originally Posted by ThomM View Post

            Did you ever try to milk a cow in the side of a mountain?
            It ain't easy, either the pail or the cow keep tipping over.
            Lol, 'fess up ...who else apart from me tried to
            blow that bug off the screen .... doh

            Nice one Thom
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            • Profile picture of the author MakingMoneyAtHome
              Originally Posted by Mike Wright View Post

              Lol, 'fess up ...who else apart from me tried to
              blow that bug off the screen .... doh

              Nice one Thom
              I didn't try to blow it off the screen, but I did get my fingerprints all over it.

              Dawn
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  • Profile picture of the author WittySales
    If it's not too personal why do you have anxiety?
    What are you worried about?
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    • Profile picture of the author Wakunahum
      I love talking to myself.

      I always win those arguments.
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Wilkinson
    Wait a minute. You mean this isn't the dating site?
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    • Profile picture of the author Kay King
      I try to pretend that I'm talking to the stupid cat.
      You have a problem - and the cat is stupid? LOL!

      I didn't realize how much I talked to myself till my son was visiting and said "who you talking to" - to which I quickly replied "the dog".

      I do mutter to myself, but no longer talk out loud as I got into an argument with me, and I lost. I don't recommend it as I was traumatized for minutes.

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  • Profile picture of the author acreativetouch
    Christie,

    Glad to know that I'm not totally nuts!
    ( right ! )
    I hash out problems by talking to my self and then playing devil's advocate. I also write out what's bothering me. Write letters to those whom I am having problems with, or need to say something but it's not possible to confront ( they're dead or other issues ).

    Also, writing with your non-dominent hand will bring out deep emotions that you never knew you were suppressing. Excellent for dealing with past trauma.

    That took a lot of courage to post this. Most people think that those who answer themselves is a sign of schizophrenia----I never thought so, and felt it was a healthy tool.

    thank you!

    dot

    Originally Posted by Christie Love View Post

    Ok, so I spoke with my Psychologist (who's also a great friend). He suggested to get rid of my anxiety, I need to release energy by talking to myself. And not just talk to myself, but have full-blown conversations with myself to discuss the issue.

    It's nice to have a green card to talk (and answer) myself, but I'm a pretty conservative person. So, what would you say if we were talking and I said, "Excuse me for one moment." And started having a serious discussion with myself?

    I want to know so I can prepare myself when people for what other people will say.
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    Christie - speaking things out loud helps to remove mental blocks.

    When I was teaching writing, I would tell my students that if they couldn't think of how to write something, they needed to talk to themselves outloud about what it was they are trying to write. This technique of organizing thought helps because speech is innate (instinctual) and writing isn't. But it also helps us get around to what we are really thinking on deeper levels. Most people wonder why shrinks get so much money for just sitting and listening to people talk. Sometimes someone has some illnesses that can only be diagnosed by listening to a person's perspectives, but a lot of times those with only mild everyday aggravations will discover the answer on their own if they talk long enough about it. The perception that people are crazy if they talk to themselves isn't always right.

    I have been known to talk to myself quite a bit - usually when I'm trying to figure out a logical schematic for a report. I do this while walking because, as Socrates well knew, walking keeps the blood flowing and is good for creative thought. Needless to say, I walk by people at times while I am just literally chattering to myself. They can't see the finished result of the monologue. When it's brought to my attention, I usually blame it on the dog. The dog likes the "attention". LOL.

    People will think you are nuts. So what. Most people aren't smart enough to know what nuts is, or are too nuts to have a right to judgement anyhow.
    Rattle away - and if anyone says anything - stick you thumbs in your ears and wave your fingers at them and blow them a nice raspberry. They might not think you are any less nuts, but you will feel pretty neat afterwards. Trust me on this one. LOL.
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    • Profile picture of the author Thomas Wilkinson
      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      Christie -
      I have been known to talk to myself quite a bit -
      Most of the time you're the only one who knows what the
      hell you're talking about anyway.

      Tom
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    • Profile picture of the author Christie Love
      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      Christie - speaking things out loud helps to remove mental blocks.

      When I was teaching writing, I would tell my students that if they couldn't think of how to write something, they needed to talk to themselves outloud about what it was they are trying to write. This technique of organizing thought helps because speech is innate (instinctual) and writing isn't. But it also helps us get around to what we are really thinking on deeper levels. Most people wonder why shrinks get so much money for just sitting and listening to people talk. Sometimes someone has some illnesses that can only be diagnosed by listening to a person's perspectives, but a lot of times those with only mild everyday aggravations will discover the answer on their own if they talk long enough about it. The perception that people are crazy if they talk to themselves isn't always right.

      I have been known to talk to myself quite a bit - usually when I'm trying to figure out a logical schematic for a report. I do this while walking because, as Socrates well knew, walking keeps the blood flowing and is good for creative thought. Needless to say, I walk by people at times while I am just literally chattering to myself. They can't see the finished result of the monologue. When it's brought to my attention, I usually blame it on the dog. The dog likes the "attention". LOL.

      People will think you are nuts. So what. Most people aren't smart enough to know what nuts is, or are too nuts to have a right to judgement anyhow.
      Rattle away - and if anyone says anything - stick you thumbs in your ears and wave your fingers at them and blow them a nice raspberry. They might not think you are any less nuts, but you will feel pretty neat afterwards. Trust me on this one. LOL.

      Thanks, HeySal.
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    • Profile picture of the author acreativetouch
      Originally Posted by HeySal View Post

      Christie - speaking things out loud helps to remove mental blocks.

      When I was teaching writing, I would tell my students that if they couldn't think of how to write something, they needed to talk to themselves outloud about what it was they are trying to write. This technique of organizing thought helps because speech is innate (instinctual) and writing isn't. But it also helps us get around to what we are really thinking on deeper levels. Most people wonder why shrinks get so much money for just sitting and listening to people talk. Sometimes someone has some illnesses that can only be diagnosed by listening to a person's perspectives, but a lot of times those with only mild everyday aggravations will discover the answer on their own if they talk long enough about it. The perception that people are crazy if they talk to themselves isn't always right.

      I have been known to talk to myself quite a bit - usually when I'm trying to figure out a logical schematic for a report. I do this while walking because, as Socrates well knew, walking keeps the blood flowing and is good for creative thought. Needless to say, I walk by people at times while I am just literally chattering to myself. They can't see the finished result of the monologue. When it's brought to my attention, I usually blame it on the dog. The dog likes the "attention". LOL.

      People will think you are nuts. So what. Most people aren't smart enough to know what nuts is, or are too nuts to have a right to judgement anyhow.
      Rattle away - and if anyone says anything - stick you thumbs in your ears and wave your fingers at them and blow them a nice raspberry. They might not think you are any less nuts, but you will feel pretty neat afterwards. Trust me on this one. LOL.
      Christie, Sal sounds pretty grounded. She usually has good advice.

      Doesn't she?

      Most of the time.

      Dot
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  • Profile picture of the author MakingMoneyAtHome
    Heck yeah, I talk to myself all the time. It's the only way to have an intelligent conversation around here

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  • Profile picture of the author eSeM
    ... Ill work out things in my head, But i've never... talked to myself, And i don't think it would be a good idea to

    You start talking to yourself in your head, you'll get use to it, then you're on the slippery slope towards dementia lol, Wont be long before your asking urself why you bought 2 things of mustard while your in the checkout line at the grocery store. Complete nutters.

    Reminds me of that song "hello me, its me again" "Well me, its nice talking to myself, o credit to dementia."
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  • Profile picture of the author Revolutionsadvertising
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    lol I do this all the time myself, I used to think it was a sign of crazy-until I realized I would end up getting alot less done-and making alot less $$$ if I didnt.

    I now speak to myself all the time-when Im planning out a campaign, working on a project, anything really.

    What your really doing, is learning to speak to your subconscience mind. You often already know things your unaware of.

    Or I might just be crazy, But Im crazy and banking =D so its all good.
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    • Profile picture of the author Christie Love
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      What your really doing, is learning to speak to your subconscience mind. You often already know things your unaware of.[/QUOTE]

      You're right. This is the exact reason for starting this in the first place. I'm trying to reprogram my subconscious thoughts as well as conduct better planning methods.

      So, contrary to what most people believe... I'm not crazy. Remember, I said I'm quite the conservative type. This is all new to me, but whatever will help me reach my goals faster, without allowing my (other half) block my progress, I'll do whatever it takes, even if it involves talking to myself on occasion.
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    Blutooth headset.

    They'll never know.
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    • Profile picture of the author yollyp
      The simple murmuring after being scolded is one example of talking to one's self. Isn't it funny? But the effect is calming because the mere fact that we cannot fight back with the one who scolded us, self ramblings or murmuring is already enough, not to forget the showing of funny-face
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    • Profile picture of the author Christie Love
      Originally Posted by Dave Patterson View Post

      Blutooth headset.

      They'll never know.
      Ha! You're right. Actually, I have one here. I'll use it. What a wonderful idea!
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    • Profile picture of the author Christie Love
      Originally Posted by Dave Patterson View Post

      Blutooth headset.

      They'll never know.
      What a wonderful idea. Why didn't I think of that. Today, I practiced talking to myself. It felt really strange. I guess practice makes perfect, eh? Soon, I'll be a pro and no one will ever know with my bluetooth headset on.
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  • Profile picture of the author RobRamos
    I actually do this quite often. The way I do it is called Automatic Writing. I will open a new document in microsoft word. the first sentence is a questions. example "should I take this job?" the rest of the page is dedicated to answering that question. I write exactly what I'm thinking and I don't hold back. Most times more questions pop up and I have to answer those as well. their are times when I will right for an hour straight without stopping. but at the end of the session, I go back and re-read what I wrote cause most time I don't realize what I write. After re-reading I find that I've answered all of my questions well. I usually feel better after doing this. This pertains to anything, questions about the day, life or just simply writing the events of the day and my reactions after the fact. It's important to have this conversation with yourself to regroup.
    I hope this helps friends
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  • Profile picture of the author tommyp
    I never answer myself. I only talk at myself never allowing my alter ego the opportunity to interrupt my soliloquy, which I do engage in very often and is quite normal and a sign of higher intelligence according to many professional psychologists. It's not the same as someone who talks to a person they see and think is there but really isn't. So, don't let the simple minded haters tell you you are mental. They're just jealous of your higher intellect. There is nothing abnormal about thinking out loud. Just try to do it when you are alone because most people are not very advanced and will misjudge you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Wilkinson
    Christie - Reframing or changing core subconscious values is a
    subject I have been fascinated with for years. I'm talking about
    things like changing Religious or Political values, curing alcohol or
    drug abuse. I smoked for decades yet one night sitting right here
    at the computer I DECIDED to quit smoking. I gave myself three
    days to get ready and then I did. It was radically different than
    the other 100 times I had tried and failed to quit. There was something
    in the decision process which took away all desire to smoke. Once in
    awhile I get a weak urge to smoke and I just "remind" myself that I no
    longer smoke and it passes. If I could bottle that process I'd think I'd
    be a zillionaire in no time. If you could bottle it, I'd buy it.

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  • Profile picture of the author nlatishw
    I talk to myself all the time. They say, "just don't answer" but I never can have a conversation and not answer myself. So, I guess I would not judge you if I saw you doing the same.

    Good luck with that.
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  • Profile picture of the author greenfin
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    Yes i can answer myself. I think you not answer yourself.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alida Caprucean
    By nature all the people have this self-conversations. We ask ourselves many questions and most of the time we have the answer, also.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shy
    Chances are that the person who views you talking to yourself probably also talks to themselves. People who live alone tend to talk to themselves out loud frequently. If you shrug it off as simply "having fun living" you'll put a smile on their face and probably yours, too.
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  • Profile picture of the author atisha
    Originally Posted by Christie Love View Post

    Ok, so I spoke with my Psychologist (who's also a great friend). He suggested to get rid of my anxiety, I need to release energy by talking to myself. And not just talk to myself, but have full-blown conversations with myself to discuss the issue.

    It's nice to have a green card to talk (and answer) myself, but I'm a pretty conservative person. So, what would you say if we were talking and I said, "Excuse me for one moment." And started having a serious discussion with myself?

    I want to know so I can prepare myself for what others will say.
    This is a great meditation, but if you find it too hard, you can try this

    Meditation: The Science of the Inner. Osho Meditation Techniques

    All the best

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  • Profile picture of the author pinoy bands
    maybe you can excuse yourself then go to a very private place and talk to yourself. Otherwise, you can also try to explain to your friend that you need to talk to yourself so that he/she would understand.
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  • Profile picture of the author noguile
    It is definitely OK to talk to yourself. It is even OK to answer yourself. It is when you say Huh? , that you're in trouble.
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  • Profile picture of the author lcombs
    This begs the question...

    When you "talk to yourself", who is answering?

    And, even more... who's in charge of YOU?
    Who's in control?
    YOU? OR... YOU? And, who the hell are you anyway? And, what are you doing in my head?
    Or, what am I doing in my head? What are you doing in my head??? What am I doing in your head???
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  • Profile picture of the author lcombs
    Did I just respond to this post?
    Or was that ...me?
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  • Profile picture of the author Charles Harper
    as long as you don't answer in another voice, I think it is okay to talk to yourself.

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