Does anyone talk to themselves so much that they have named the part of themselves that responds? I think I sorta kept my imaginary friend from childhood my whole life. It is not like some kind of multiple personality thing like in a movie - she never 'takes over' it is just that when I get really stressed out I will worry in my head and that part of me will provide strength. A typical conversation might be: 'I just dont think I can do this anymore, I wish I could just stay in bed today - can you help me' and she will say ' you will be fine - just get up - dont worry about anyone else just focus on the moment' I named her Angie a long time ago when I was like in first grade and when I cant deal with a situation she will help me get through it. She keeps me from being totally alone. I dont pray and my faith is deist. Is this any different than people who believe in prayer or am I just totally nuts?--- I cant believe I am posting this - I have never told anyone about this.
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