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Talking to oneself
May 31, 2009
... p . It's normal to do. ... (11 replies)
Talking to oneself
May 31, 2009
... have been talking to myself since I was little, but have only recently begun slipping up in public. ... (11 replies)
... I can very confidently say that I have no self-confidence :D and yes I know I have some serious trust issues as well. Trust is one I'm working on, but self-confidence is a whole other ball park. I can't remember the last time in my life I was ever proud of anything I did, not even my artwork or my writing. I just feel I don't deserve any credit or congratulations for anything.... (5 replies)

... Actually talking to yourself IS normal. It's not something that most people do but there is nothing wrong with it. ... (5 replies)
Talking to oneself
May 31, 2009
... I carry on full conversations in my head with real people and imaginary, but I don't usually talk out loud. I explain things to my mom, etc. Of course, when I actually talk out loud, it never goes as well as it does in my head, but such is life. ... (11 replies)
Talking to myself
Mar 13, 2005
... I was looking on the net exactly what you're posting of "talking to oneself". ... (17 replies)
Talking to myself
Mar 13, 2005
... Talking to oneself is just an extension of thinking. Sometimes a person thinks about how they feel and what is on their mind...others verbalize it. ... (17 replies)
... Due to trauma within life without anyone to really talk to one feels lonly.This inability to talk to anyone about the traumatic wave of issues leaves one in a state of anxiety. ... (5 replies)
I want this gone
Jun 30, 2003
... sorry to hear you are going through such a difficult time. ... (7 replies)
... Again, derealization, like depersonalization, is caused by a change in the way senses percieve our surroundings due to sensitized, anxious, nerve signals reaching the brain. Derealization is completely harmless but can be very disturbing. ... (8 replies)
... Back in the late 80s and early 90s, I welcomed all of the psychological techniques that were introduced to me as a way of coping with life. ... (5 replies)
Chronic boredom
May 10, 2005
... I'm not a doctor but I know depression and you sound very depressed to me. ... (9 replies)
Effexor overdose
Jan 23, 2002
... I've been so touched by your efforts to help others here even when you are obviously suffering deeply yourself. ... (8 replies)

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