Why Do People Talk to Themselves?

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There are various reasons why people talk to themselves but it is considered a principal sign that one is mentally unstable. However, people may talk to themselves since they find it quite satisfactory and relaxing. Young children may also talk to themselves before they fall asleep as part of the development of their cognitive abilities.
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Some people talk to themselves due to mental illness while others may talk to themselves because they are able to do things better hearing it. When people are mad they may also mutter under their breathe what is bothering them.
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