Talking and holding conversations with yourself
Have you ever had conversations with yourself? It invariably happens when your mind is preoccupied with a situation that you may be trying to analyze to derive a solution and then start thinking aloud. Sometimes you may be holding a conversation with someone in preparation of what to say to them especially if it involves a presentation or an interview.
According to psychologists, talking to yourself isn’t just a sign of sanity; it can even develop your brain and make you smarter. Talking to yourself helps you set goals, control temperament and avoid nasty situations by listening to your inner voice of control. In short, you’re a genius beyond doubt. You take advice only from yourself.
Lesser friends and a small social circle indicate an improved well-sorted life. It makes more sense to have a quality social life rather than be among a large group of people partying the night and forgetting who’s who the next day. Fewer friends help build a stable and meaningful relationship.
It also indicates an organized social life where you know exactly who your friends are and where to reach them at any given time.