Write Out Loud by Valerie Cheers Brown

I have a habit of talking out loud and being a writer it tends to become a habit all of the time when alone and sometimes when others around too.

What amazes me is how others are not even conscious when they dis me for doing this while they are in my presence they do the same to me some when they say nothing and face glued to that doggone cell phone.

The funny thing is they will be sometimes in same roon or what is funny is the ones who are in an entirely different room and have the nerve to tell me “Would you please not talk out loud to yourself?”

They don’t ask me if I am talking them, they just say, “Would you please not speak out loud.”

I respect others, for sure I do, but if we are in entirely different rooms, you can shut your door or block me out like I am your loud television or you glaring down at your cell-phone every 1 second.

I merely smile and go and close their door and continue on with my own sanity of peace by speaking out loud.

Have you ever been in a room with somebody and the whole time you are in the room with them their eyes or gazing and looking down at that doggone cell phone, computer, laptop or even television?”

I don’t knock whatever floats your boat, but how dare you tell me to stop doing what you are doing exactly to me, while I am sitting there being so patient waiting and thinking on when to make my move to my safe comfort area of peace. 🙂

It does not bother me until they say something which is so very funny!

I usually don’t say anything, but I gladly get up and move into my own space of comfort and peace when they don’t look up and they never even notice I am gone.

But…then when I get quiet they think something is wrong with me?

I can’t quite get this, but it is okay and so happy to be liked and missed too! 😉

Whenever you’re feeling desolate or lonely, odds are you’re failing to give enough consideration or attention regarding an exceptionally unique individual.

One who is dependably there with you. Who’s that? Why, you, obviously.

Along these lines, converse with yourself.

Not simply in your mind. Yet, so everyone can hear.

Converse with yourself so everyone can hear?

Doesn’t mean you’re getting to be ridiculous? Losing it?

Not preparing nor entertaining the ever thought of the crazy house?

Not under any condition! 😉

Conversing with yourself not just mitigates the depression, it might likewise make you more brilliant. 😉

Talking with yourself not only relieves the loneliness, it may also make you smarter.

It helps you clarify your thoughts, tend to what’s important and firm up any decisions you’re contemplating. There’s just one provision: You become smarter only if you speak respectfully to yourself.

We live in a very noisy and busy world where people are not paying attention.

But when you speak out loud they make it seem like you are doing something wrong?

Is something wrong with this picture or what? lol 😉

I laugh and chuckle and it amuses myself.

Though we live in a noisy world, many people struggle with too much silence in their lives.

They are either living alone or living with others who are engrossed in their own thing. **Very easy to do in the digital age world we live in today.**

Only thing is…. don’t talk to yourself to ever belittle oneself.

You are your own best friend.

Begin talking to yourself like you are your own best friend. Which you are. Right?

Some things I talk out loud to myself are compliments.

I also encourage myself and say things, “Like Girl you know you Badd!”

Or my favorite, “Girl, I am scared of you!”

You may be more likely to pursue goals when you not only write and set them…but speak them out loud as well.

Whether you’re living by yourself or living with others, you’re always living with yourself.

So don’t leave yourself out of the equation.

Converse, chatter, communicate respectfully with yourself and when setting and goals write them out loud too!

It’s not a sign of insanity.

It’s a sign of good health.

Try it and “Write Out Loud!”


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