Self-Talk Student’s Name University of Affiliation Self-Talk According to the University of Southern California a person has approximately 70 000 thoughts per day (Stahl 2016). Whether this research is true or not one thing a person can be sure of is that the mind does not stop thinking figuring out and analyzing various things. It does not matter whether a person is asleep or awake the wheels just keep turning throughout one’s life. A person’s mind works like a movie: in both words and images. While some people think more frequently in images others experience numerous talking will apply the concept of positive self-talk to help me discard the negative things that may make me feel like a failure. As a health professional I will use this concept to advise the depressed people to avert feeding their minds with negative thoughts which bring anger sadness and hopelessness in their lives. References Bloch D. (2015). Positive Self-Talk For Children: Teaching Self-Esteem Through Affirmations. BookBaby. Helmstetter S. (2017). The self-talk solution. New York: W. Morrow. Jantz G. (2016). The Power of Positive Self-Talk. Psychology Today. Retrieved from www.psychologytoday.com B. (2016). 4 Common Types of Self-Talk. Mindful. Retrieved from https://www.mindful.org/4-common-types-self-talk/ [...]
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