Third-person self-talk

Third-person self-talk

Third-person self-talk may constitute a relatively effortless form of emotion regulation. 

Referring to yourself in the third person leads you to think about yourself more similar to how you think about others. And that helps you to gain psychological distance from your own experiences.

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