The Way We Talk To Ourselves Tells Us More Than We Realise

Self-talk can be useful, or it can be detrimental

Tom Stevenson


Photo by __darkwhite__ on Reshot

All of us, no matter who we are, talk to ourselves. We may not physically talk to ourselves, but there is a constant chatter inside our heads that rarely subsides.

That little voice in our head will always be there. It will be with us through thick and thin, a constant companion on the journey of life.

That’s why it’s imperative that we talk to ourselves with respect and affection, and don’t put ourselves down.

You don’t want to end up in a scenario where your inner voice is constantly sniping at you. There is no way we would let anyone else talk to us like this, so why she should we talk to ourselves like this?

Self-love is the first step on the path to loving others. After all, how can you love others if you do not love yourself first?

We may let ourselves be dictated to by our inner voice, but to become our best selves we need to become its master, not its minion.

Talk To Me

You are the only person that you will spend your entire life with. From the day you are born to the day you die, you will have yourself for company no matter what.