Sorry I had to change the date...
I am often aware of the "voices" within me. Sometimes scared, sometimes excited, sometimes, chiding. That last one often allows me to remember to do things that I would otherwise forget. Sometimes I view distracted people (and I seem to becoming more distracted every year) as people for whom the voices are rearranged, or more strident, or less consistent. Is ADHD a defect in the voices?
What voices are you aware of in your head? Let's compare notes: are they similar between people? That is, are some of the voices "standard"? Are some historical (the child within)? Are some serving roles (disseminating guilt or pride or lust)? Are the seven deadly sins simply our standard voices?
What do you like about the voices? What do you dislike? How do you manage their inconsistencies? Do you listen to them carefully, or try to push some away? How successful is that?
Sorry for the hiatus, but summer schedules (both Champlain's and mine) are complex. We could meet on the 6th if we had a different venue.
We will meet outside the library, divide into two groups, and have two similar discussions.
It costs me $144/year to run this group. If you attend the group regularly, wish to, and can afford to, a contribution of $5 per year would be helpful.