I always feel like i’m watching myself. But i’m not hearing voices in my head. I just talk inside my head. 

Am I mentally normal or mentally ill? 

I always feel like i’m watching myself like looking in the mirror, its really awkward but i’m seeing my own reflection in front of me, But i’m not hearing voices in my head. I just talk inside my head. When i stare on something i feel like i’m staring continuously, my. Mind is not aware many times. Quora Questions answered. 


It takes time to diagnose mental health problems in-person. It’s impossible to diagnose online.

We all have internal dialogues or internal thinking, using language, imagery, feelings, sounds.

It seems to me that you might be thinking too much, looking down most of the time? Not blinking much.

Thinking internally with same thoughts, dialogues, lack of physical movement or exercise?

Same dialogue with same tone, pitch and pace.

Looking down, most of the time, it maybe due to overuse of mobiles, laptops, screens, traffic.

Assignment you can try:

So, I ask you to right way now, look up, lookup at the sky, ceiling, and keep staring at the sky or ceiling, preferably sky, and keep blinking continuously for 5 minutes.

Do this 4 times day.

Please move your body, dance for sometime using music, do rigorous exercise for all east 15 mins a day for next 3 weeks.

Whenever you start having the same dialogue, say it Out loud, speak with your mouth, say it aloud, clear it once and for all.

Inside your head, change the pace, tempo and pitch of your voice, sounds

Try to think in pictures, imagine a beautiful scenery, what’s the most beautiful place you have been to.

And for the dissociation, that you seeing yourself, associate into your own experience using your body, move, make strong movement, dance now, do some dips, pressups, run. Just focus on your breathing now.

Be engaged most of the time in your day doing something you love, at your work, be with people you love, make new goals, direction.

Past is over, future is not set, why to make the present a waste?

B Raj @B Raj Kung fu Mind, A Coachs life

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