Same here, at least the never ending mono/dialogue (it usually is a monologue as I've experienced when I got some hints of psychosis, then it actually is a dia- or multilogue). I wake up from/with it and I fall asleep with it, usually it keeps me awake and nervous. I'd fucking love to find the pause key, some drugs like dissociatives or tranquilizers can do that, antipsychotics chronically fail for me altogether and some even add to it.I have OCD and psychotic depression, so my dialogue NEVER stops and is usually extremely negative and dark.
Isn't this just known as "thinking"?Do you have an inner monologue or do you envision things in more visually/conceptually in your thoughts?
(It’s trending on the internet, so I’ll call this a current event.)
Do you have an “internal monologue” that never ends?
We don't know where that comes from eitherI have always sometimes referred to myself as "we" in my internal monologue (like "hmm, we should make a sandwich now"), not always though. I identify as a single entity, 100%, so I don't know where that comes from.
Wow! AbbeyLee I do very similar things concerning an internal monologue. I count things too, then try to end all my counts with a 4. Weird, isn't it? Man I've got to start laying off the Gabapentin....lolI had to think (heh) about this and I vary a lot. I’ll envision scenarios, have conversations with people, compose emails/messages to people, have a particular song stuck in my head.. A strange one is when I get anxious I sometimes start counting. Not counting things like OCC, just 1, 2, 3 etc.