It's therapy to me. The relaxing part of the day.
If I don't talk to myself, I think that would make me even crazier than how society already sees me.

I'm an introvert. I hate small talk.
I am confident that I will not small-talk myself.
That's why I feel comfortable about it.

And anything goes. I even role-play by myself.
I find it entertaining because it actually helps me with my theatre acting. It helps me ad-live and be creative with myself when interacting with others.

A lot of people still find it odd.
A lot of people still judge me for talking to me.
I am not crazy. Well, at least in a negative state but you get what I mean.

I also have a feeling that some people won't admit talking to themselves. Why is it so acceptable to own a diary and write a letter to yourself than to just say it out loud personally?

Okay, that was rhetorical.
I just want you guys to know that people who talk to themselves are not crazy. I could say this because it has helped me a lot.

It helped me gain confidence in myself,
It helped me make great decisions,
It helped me to be careful about what to not say,
It helped me be emphatic.
It helps me to make sense about life and things.

When I talk to myself, I am greater than Plato and Aristotle. I am a philosopher in my own sense.

Which I think is pretty rad. I actually encourage people to do the same.
The reason why most of us are so hesitant to do it is either because you don't want people to judge you, or you are terrified of knowing yourself.
dustyoldclock dustyoldclock
22-25, F
Aug 20, 2014