Do you talk to yourself? Find out what science says about it
It's quite common! Well, at least in most cases...
In certain situations, it can be embarrassing to be caught talking to oneself. It may give the impression that one has lost their sanity. Generally, speaking is seen as a means of communication, so talking to oneself without directing it at someone or without anyone hearing can seem pointless. However, this assumption is not entirely accurate. Speaking serves other purposes as well.
How often do we find ourselves looking for our keys and ask, "where are my keys?" Saying it aloud actually helps us locate them because it reminds us of what we are searching for and prevents us from losing focus. This is just one example of the benefits of self-talk.
If you want to delve deeper into the reasons why we engage in self-talk, commonly known as "self-talk," continue scrolling through this gallery.
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