Uniqueness

I’ve mentioned before that we’re all unique and that the ND individual might have differing behaviour patterns to a PNT.

I’m short on time today and I’m not going to write a massive article on each of my own traits, but I wanted to discuss just one: I talk to myself, I can’t recall a time when I didn’t. It’s something I tend to do for clarity of thought. Sometimes I simply mutter, whereas on other occasions I can express a full monologue.

For clarification, I do not walk down the street, shouting at lampposts and pigeons: I’m not insane. I simply find that my thoughts are clearer and more logical if I can vocalise them. I’m sure that I’m not the only person who does this and I take the attitude that, whilst someone might find the concept of a person in their forties talking to themselves, as ‘a bit odd’, it helps me to organise my thoughts and to get things done. I also have an incredibly loud personal monologue, so where one stops and then other begins can be cloudy.

Anyway, I would be interested in whether this vocalisation helps others. Feel free to leave comment

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