Signs and Symptoms of an Internal Monologue
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Signs and Symptoms of an Internal Monologue

As a personal development coach, I've made it my business to understand the most common processes of the average person, as well as the most extraordinary processes of the not so common person. This is become a great benefit to both me and my clients, and it is my intention that it will also become a great benefit in your own life. Though the key here is, I can share this information with you, but it's up to you to get something out of it.

As a personal development coach, I've made it my business to understand the most common processes of the average person, as well as the most extraordinary processes of the not so common person.  This is become a great benefit to both me and my clients, and it is my intention that it will also become a great benefit in your own life. Though the key here is, I can share this information with you, but it's up to you to get something out of it.

In this particular article, we're going to look over the signs and symptoms of someone with primarily an internal "monologue" running on autopilot inside their own hands.  By examining the information I'm about share with you, I'm opening up the opportunity for you to explore yourself in a new way, in a way that might just open up the door to the opportunities you been looking for.

Sign 1: Sheeple Characteristics

OK, I know we've all heard this proverbial term by now.  If you haven't heard of it, I suggest you look into it, if not for the humor value, that at least for something to measure your current state of conscious control by.  Someone who would be labeled a "sheeple", is someone who wanders around their world without conscious control of what they're doing, aimlessly just going through the motions day by day.  You might recognize a "sheeple" person, as someone who goes around complaining about how life has put upon them, or how the world has created chaos throughout their lives, or house are some predetermined fate of a higher power or or some twisted destiny - they had been chosen to be a victim.  From their perspective, they have no control, and because they have no control, nothing can ever change, and because nothing can ever changing there some sort of this, then there's no reason for them to take personal responsibility for where their lives will go from this moment forward.  Do you recognize these characteristics in anyone in your life past or present?

Sign 2: Poor Impulse Control

Now there can be many underlying rationalizations for the route source of such short self discipline, when it comes to basic impulse controls.  And even though those rationalizations may very well be logical, it is often those "stories" that we tell ourselves, to make an okay to continue allowing are negative patterns and behaviors to control our actions and inactions.  Someone was an internal monologue as their primary conscious function, wouldn't actually recognize that they have any sort of issue with basic impulse control.  Though you can very clearly see from their pattern of chain smoking, choosing agressive-taste in junk food, over healthy foods and a lack of motivation to make the time to exercise regularly, that these people simply are not yet aware that they are powerful and had the amazing ability to say, "No, I'm not going to eat this, even though the agressive-taste brings me instead pleasure, because I know that in long-term it'll bring the massive pain." Do you recognize anyone in your life, including yourself, who might have an issue with impulse control and correct decision making?

Sign 3: Disconnection

In combination with the above two signs, to someone who primarily has an internal monologue, is going to be rather disconnected socially, psychologically and emotionally, from the reality of their worlds and the opportunities that awareness can bring.  You know of anyone in your life, who fits this description?

If you found that you are someone you love fits the description of a person who appears to primarily have an inner monologue, then it's time that you consider or suggest the consideration of developing an internal dialogue instead.  Developing a strong and open communication with your inner dialogue, is a vital component to any successful endeavour, and the first step towards achievement.  Check out my next article, "Three ways to nurture and expand your inner dialogue".

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There are so many errors I do not feel Epic Strategist is credible. It was a waste of my time reading this.
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