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Self talk is about your relationship with you

Self talk is really about your relationship with your Inner Child.

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What you say to your Inner Child is so important

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Why self talk is more important than you think

Self talk isn't trivial.

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There are consequences to the things that you say to yourself.

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    1. What you say to yourself reflects your belief systems, Where can i find PONSTEL online, which may very well be dysfunctional. You need to know the dysfunction exists before you can reprogram the beliefs.
    2. What you say to yourself often triggers subconscious behaviors and coping mechanisms, which may also be dysfunctional.
    3. What you say to yourself will either make or break your relationship with your emotions/Inner Child (and Ego), which has great bearing on your emotional health.
    4. What you say to yourself, or what you ignore, can elicit a barrage of self-destructive behaviors delivered by your Ego (which takes advantage of your subconscious) -- but these are just dysfunctional coping mechanisms that your Ego picks up because it doesn't think you can get its needs met.
    5. What you say to yourself will either help you succeed in life or keep you locked in failure, because what you believe directly impacts how well you can perform.

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John Pollard January 23, 2010 at 7:59 pm

Thanks for the mention.
Just for the record, what you are describing is not “self-talk” it’s self-parenting. The “self-talk” is “self-parenting” it’s a conversation based on parental dynamics. Calling it self-talk is like calling writing “word talk”, or making love “sex talk” or exercising “muscle talk” or digestion “enzyme talk.”
Calling self-parenting, “self-talk” misses the whole point and keeps everyone ignorant about what’s really going on.


Melissa Karnaze January 24, 2010 at 1:21 am

Thanks for stopping by John.

I look forward to the day when “self-parenting” is a well-known phrase. For now, I approach the topic with different words because these concepts take time to build up to, and people are more familiar with “self-talk” in general than actually parenting their Inner Child.

If you have any specific constructive feedback about how this article “keeps everyone ignorant about what’s really going on,” and how that could be changed, feel free to share it here. Most Mindful Construct articles promote self-parenting, although with different sets of lingo and perspective. :)

Haider January 24, 2010 at 5:46 am

Self-parenting sounds very interesting, and I look forward to checking out John’s work.

There’s an area of overlap between self-talk and self-parenting, but much more to them than where they overlap. This overlap can be: self-talk as self-parenting and self-parenting as self-talk. It seems that Melissa has focused only on this area, rather than say that the two are identical.

Very interesting article, as usual. :)

Kelley Mitchell January 24, 2010 at 10:13 am

This was another profound post for me Melissa. I usually read your posts early in the morning when its quiet here so I can better absorb what you’ve said to me. And it does indeed seem as if you write just to me. My inner conversations have not been healthy as of late, and it helped when you put it in terms of self-parent being logical and self-child being emotional. With any child, you would never tell them that they’re stupid, but that’s just the destructive behavior that I’ve been doing.

Thank you for bringing up how important it is. I will certainly be paying more attention to it now.

Melissa Karnaze January 24, 2010 at 12:17 pm

Haider, yes the overlap can be complex. Self-parenting from my point of view, goes beyond verbal communication, which is one reason why I glued in to the self talk aspect of it here.

Kelley, it’s great to hear the article feels personal, that’s exactly what I aim for. :)

I’ve found that whenever I’m struggling with how I’m treating myself, it’s refreshing to be around young children again, because they remind you just how delicate the human psyche is, and how you need to apply that same patience and care toward yourself.

What’s a challenge for me is not so much the verbal conversations (because that just requires a lot of practice), but the “conversations” that take place at an even deeper level, you could call it a subconscious one. Where I don’t have conscious awareness of thinking that I’m stupid… but that somewhere along the line I did have some subconscious “I’m stupid” appraisal that then showed up in some negative emotion later on. It’s traceable through being mindful of the emotions, but it can often slip by without immediate notice.

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