I never talk to myself, that just doesn't feel right... and people nearby think it odd, especially if self-argument pursues.
But I do think to myself... sometimes louder than other times. Argument rarely follows, but often there is uncertainty in the outcome because I can't remember every detail of my thoughts. People nearby think nothing of this practice, they aren't aware.
I think it better to "write" to myself, noting my thoughts or jotting down ideas, perhaps for later reference. I can see this more clearly, or peruse it whenever time permits. I can later edit and change these writings, as this is human. Our thoughts change, and grow with time or events. Writing things helps me remember, like pictures in an album.
So I think to myself "I will continue writing".
Last edited by Doug Lochert; 11-27-2012 at 04:31 AM.
Hello everyone, I often talk to myself especially if I am working on technical problems. One of the main advantages of talking to yourself is that you are actually transmitting and receiving information from yourself.
If you are trying to memorize something be it an ordered list, combination of numbers or an array of variables, by talking the information aloud you are also receiving the information through your ears which creates another cyclic mode of input. So to point form the idea;
Mode 1: Think the information red = 01 blue = 02 green =03
Mode 2: Speak the information red = 01 blue = 02 green =03
Mode 3: Hear the information red = 01 blue = 02 green =03
Mode 4: Reprocess and retain the information
I use this method all the time to memorize things.
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talking to my self..
Sometimes when talk to your and some one see you talking to your self they think your crazzy. But the truth is when when your talk to your self you gain speech skill. By talking to your self you can improve your convinsing. When you talk to your self you can hear properly your errors. Like what I'm doing here. And i see that i already committed many mistakes by talking to my self.