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Inner voices, I mean, and we all have them.

Some people actually ‘hear’ their inner voice, others experience it in different ways. Some people have several, and in troublesome cases their voices are raised in cocophonous competition within them.

It can be persuasive, your inner voice. Whether solo or in chorus, its siren-song is seductive and believable, but it’s also an unreliable friend. It can be hard to decipher truth from fiction, to separate helpful comments from critical ones, so sometimes it’s best to ignore your inner voice.

Especially if it doesn’t have something nice to say about you.

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