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Go Ahead, Talk to Yourself. It’s Normal—and Good for You.

By Wendy Rose Gould — 2018

Talking to yourself isn’t just normal, it’s good for your mental health—if you have the right conversations.

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The Power of Positive Self-Talk

The line between failure and success can come down to something as simple as self-talk. Powerful and positive self-talk can change your entire mindset, which can affect your actions.

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Positive Self-Talk: How Talking to Yourself Is a Good Thing

Self-talk is your internal dialogue. It’s influenced by your subconscious mind, and it reveals your thoughts, beliefs, questions, and ideas.

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Regardless of Your Bipolar, You Should Always Dream Big!

I’ve been told that being ambitious is a waste because I have unstable mental illness – Bipolar and ADHD. That I’ll never be able to reach any big dreams. I made my dreams my goals. I started believing in myself. I became ambitious.

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Have You Listened to Your Self-Talk Lately?

At a retreat in the late 1990s, Buddhist teacher, Mary Orr, told us an eye-opening tale. She was in the middle of a harried day in which she had too much to do and too little time in which to do it.

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Are You an Artist Who Suffers From Occasional or Chronic Low Self-Esteem?

very often even the most talented and intelligent artists don’t see their positive qualities and achievements from an objective perspective. They notice their weaknesses and fail to attain their objectives. In my opinion, most artists could use a lesson on how to improve self-esteem.

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Are Self-Esteem and Creativity Connected?

You have what it takes to make art, if you make the choice to take what it takes. None of us knows whether our work will end up being great or not great, remembered or forgotten.

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What to Do If You Don’t Know Who You Are

If you ever find yourself thinking “I don’t know who I am,” you might wonder why you might feel this way and what you can do to change that.

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Identity Crisis: Discover Your Identity

Whether you’re questioning your identity or just haven’t taken the time to develop your own identity to begin with, getting to know you is an important part of living a full and happy life. Here are some helpful tips to get to know yourself.

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Don’t Take It Personally!

Don’t take anything personally. This agreement gives you immunity in the interaction you have with the secondary characters in your story. You don’t have to concern yourself with other people’s points of view.

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Negative Self-Talk: What It Is and How to Deal

So what is negative self-talk exactly? Basically, trash-talking yourself. It’s always good to consider the ways that we need to improve. But there’s a difference between self-reflection and negative self-talk.

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