Would you ever talk to yourself?
If you are at home, in the shops or out and about, have you ever answered yourself back.
I often question myself, chastise myself, suggest things and wonder about things most of the time I'm not engaged in work. This all happens within but occasionally this inner world surfaces and I become audible to everyone around! I see it as all quite natural and healthy. What about you?
Yes. I talk to myself all the time. I get bored and there is only me to talk to.
Yes, I would talk to myself when I am cooking. Sometimes when I feel so disappointed because the food doesn't turn out right, I start to grumble to myself.
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