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This is a discussion on Imaginary conversations within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by GrimmTeather I have a habit of going off in my imagination and playing out conversations. Either they've ...
I do this too. I think a lot of people do it. But what strikes me as odd is how intense the conversations are. I have very real emotional responses from imaginary conversations. Like if I am imagining an argument, after I snap out of it I will be really pissed. I don't know if its just me XD
haha no its not just you
I have noticed that I've gotten progressively less of the helpless feeling as I've become more skilled in real life in being able to deflect bizarre and unpleasant things said to me. But these hypothetical imagined scenarios are as real to me as life, sometimes more is going on in them than in life. But, of course, i daydream a lot too, by choice, and do some creative writing. All that practice with creativity probably just adds to the vividness of the intrusive thougts I sometimes have.
I piss myself off so much for how intense my own thoughts and imagination can be, if i try to express something to another person i end up sounding so dumb. I can't articulate these conversations verbally, makes me wish i went to school to write not invent.
I just had one
1. Before getting a girl's number
2. Talking with an ex
3. Talking with someone I have a crush on
4. Getting prepped for business presentations
5. Talking with a hero
7. What to do during the day
They do help
I do a lot of these.... and also u can see me talking alone ... sometimes I think it's scary I believe that maybe one time I will forget it was just my imagination and starting believing it was truth....
I am very intense during these conversations, I have them with my friends... sometimes with m
I do them all the time. One of my most complex imaginary conversations involves creation as many duplicates of me that choose to defend one side of an idea when I haven't decided yet what I stand for.