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I don't have conversations with "myself", but but I do have conversations with imaginary people. For instance, when I read through this post I frequently looked away from the computer screen and imagined myself talking to another person about what I had just read. This how thoughts run through my head, in addition to running imaginary "movies" through my head(sequences of blurry images). Does this count as talking to myself?
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