do you ever talk to yourself

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05-21-2016, 12:26 AM
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Only when im alone or i think im alone.

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05-24-2016, 06:12 PM
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I also talk to myself, to live alone in 4 walls is no fun..:D

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05-24-2016, 06:55 PM
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Sometimes even out loud, but it's a soft mumbling.
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05-24-2016, 07:26 PM
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(05-21-2016, 12:18 AM)Beeblebrox Wrote: I constantly talk to myself. If I'm not doing it out loud in solitude, I'm doing it in my head or at a quiet murmur while somewhere public. Sometimes I get weird stares but I have conversations with myself and I keep myself honest. It keeps me from losing perspective, because if someone in public does something stupid and I start laughing, the voice in my head catches me and reminds me that I do stupid things too sometimes. He'll lecture me with the classic "You compare your blooper reel to everyone else's highlight tapes, so you need to keep in mind that everyone has bloopers". To be honest sometimes it gets kind of annoying because I can't shut it off but it works. I've always got myself.

So does one head talk to the other, or...?

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06-10-2016, 12:13 PM
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Quite often. It's usually embarrassing too. I wish I wasn't so odd...
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06-24-2016, 10:58 PM
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Oh, all the time. I speak to myself most often when I'm either alone or want to process some kind of information. When I do this I also tend to refer to myself in third person.
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06-24-2016, 11:03 PM
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Only when I'm exceedingly stressed and can't process my thoughts.

Actually, that's a big fat lie: I talk to myself all the time; usually vocalizing random, incoherent thoughts that rise to the surface of my consciousness. Lord knows why, but I've got the sneaking suspicion that it's rather normal.

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06-25-2016, 12:13 PM
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I don't talk to myself too often, however I have a dog who usually chills out in my room with me (which is also, coincidentally, where I spend most of my time), and I talk to him constantly as if he's intelligent enough to respond back. The dog is very emotive, though, and he and I have a good rapport with each other despite him probably not understanding my incessant, psychotic babbling.
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06-25-2016, 01:22 PM
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yeah, I talk to myself quite a bit.

throughout the day, I'm always imagining that an interviewer is asking me all kinds of questions.  usually the premise is that I'm like a world-famous celebrity (normally a musician, but sometimes other people too) and everyone wants to know about my thoughts on contemporary events, my struggle with depression, and my deepest fears.  a few times, I've started crying in public because my "interview" was getting really personal and I was coming across some very intimate realizations about myself.

there's probably something wrong with my head.  I don't think normal people spend all day in some dream world where they're a rock star, or a novelist, or a religious figure.  my brain keeps switching into these grandiose fantasies, non-stop.  it gives me a false sense of importance, which sometimes interferes with my life.  I just wish my brain would shut up for a couple hours a day.
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06-25-2016, 04:03 PM
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(06-25-2016, 01:22 PM)i-need-a-friend Wrote: yeah, I talk to myself quite a bit.

throughout the day, I'm always imagining that an interviewer is asking me all kinds of questions.  usually the premise is that I'm like a world-famous celebrity (normally a musician, but sometimes other people too) and everyone wants to know about my thoughts on contemporary events, my struggle with depression, and my deepest fears.  a few times, I've started crying in public because my "interview" was getting really personal and I was coming across some very intimate realizations about myself.

there's probably something wrong with my head.  I don't think normal people spend all day in some dream world where they're a rock star, or a novelist, or a religious figure.  my brain keeps switching into these grandiose fantasies, non-stop.  it gives me a false sense of importance, which sometimes interferes with my life.  I just wish my brain would shut up for a couple hours a day.

I do stuff like this way too much.

I tend to hate working on my own projects tbh - but it's not the working on them that I hate; it's the not working on them after doing something, because idk why but I literally have to play out a kind of 3rd-person journalistic report in my head reporting on a nonexistant press release about any updates I push out - which at the same time I have to play out the press release at the same time in my head.

It's confusing af, and interferes way too much with everything, especially since I tend to play out the imaginary scenes irl as well, because not doing so annoys me af (meaning when my brain decides it wants to play out a scene and I'm in public, I tend to be super irritated; and then terrified that I might offend someone.) ... Ffs, pretty sure I need help. :/

(pls no-one hate me for random ideas of fame that aren't true. ;-;)