I Frighten People

Because I have whispered conversations with myself sometimes. I used to have full-voiced conversations, but eventually lowered them to whispers and mumbles.

This happens mainly when I become immersed in a daydream, which is several times a day. Most days I am just in a daydream-like state all day long. So I mutter to myself (my "friends") as I walk down the hall, as I fix a snack, as I watch t.v., etc.

I do know that I'm not "crazy", because I know that I'm only talking to myself. But I may well have something wrong with me since I can't seem to control when I go into my own little world.

This hasn't disrupted my life yet, so I don't see it as much of a problem.

Any thoughts?
txerracxotta txerracxotta
18-21, F
8 Responses Jun 13, 2007


Ya i have converstations with myself all the time to see how something may play out, and sometimes because I love to talk so i just talk about things. nah, your not crazy for talking to yourself, i believe everyone does at some point, only way to understand yourself is to talk to yourself i guess lol.

LOL. I've never argued with myself yet, so that's good. Good advice, about including God in the conversation.:)

I talk to myself all the time. I guess I never thought much about it. <br />
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I think you're just fine as long as you don't start arguing with yourself (though I have come close a time or two.) <br />
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Try to include God in the conversation. That's when you'll get the best answers.

LOL. Definitely.;)

And why be normal when it's much more fun to be crazy, hyper, and... well, abnormal?! ^-^

I guess I see your point.:)

I do that too, go over conversations in my head. They can become aggravating as well.