Talking to Yourself

I recently found myself returning to an old writing exercise I love. The self-reflective and personal growth kind that does in fact involve talking to yourself. I swear it helps though. Because when we are stuck (read: anxious, frustrated, uncertain, impatient, unclear, resistant, etc.) in any aspect of our lives, we are often of two (or more minds) about the matter. Reminds me of the Walt Whitman quote, "Do I contradict myself? Very well, then I contradict myself, I am large, I contain multitudes." Don't we all contain multitudes? Recently some clients got to identifying some of these multitudes. An angry self, a fearful self, a trusting self, an obstinate self, and so on. Each disparate pa

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