What is the psychology of people who talk too much?

The mirror neurons speak too much and empathy

Let’s start again. Humans are different from any other animal in which we can empathize well.

We get a remarkably accurate sense of how someone feels, almost as if we were. This seems to be due to the function of “mirror neurons” in the brain.

The idea is that because of mirror neurons, I just look at your facial expression and body language and roughly estimate what you’re probably experiencing as if I were you.This allows very complicated connections between people during an interaction * you might think that people could also say if they speak too long … *

Note: People with autism are more likely to be unsure how to interpret what the other person may only feel their answers, although they can feel that person’s energies intensely.

But you could also just be a chatterer who loves to talk, talk and talk … zzzzz.

Okay, but is a chatter so bad?

I’m awake again … Often you don’t miss what you had until it’s gone.There is a good chance that someone who likes to talk to you will trust you like and you. So to become paranoid and make her “the evil person” * like the grey donkey of Shrek * is maybe not that great.

And people who talk too much, well, really anyone can develop the habit of talking a lot.It feels good to be heard!

Say you have a friend who was really talkative.Much more talkative than you are of course. If you just stopped answering them or started being rude, they might immediately be offended and stop hanging out with you. Later you may notice that despite the extreme speaking in your ear, you really enjoyed being around them.

But sometimes people talk as if they’re trying to dominate or control you somehow.This kind of relationship is not worth it and removes me from these people or dealing with them leads to an improvement of 1000%. The question is, how do you deal with this person without it exploding in your face? The people who talk too much

Well, first we have to look at the reasons why someone can speak LOAADSSS … you already know says

says try to understand first, then understand.

鈥?1 You can use a raging

Be insanely extroverted.

That’s exactly what it is. Introversion and extroversion, in clinical psychology, are social science descriptions of personality. Some people like to talk, man. It makes them open, brings them to life and gives them energy. For others, it becomes tiring when it is exaggerated.An extremely talkative person could be at the extreme end of extrovertness.

2 You may be narcissistic.

To be honest, everyone likes to talk about themselves, but most have enough common sense to limit it.When a person seems to make himself the object of any conversation, he can only be self-confident.

3 They can be very articulated.

It is an ability to quickly find and understand words.It is also a very powerful tool and a potential weapon. If you know that you are expressing yourself extremely well, the question becomes, “Why not do much and influence circumstances?” Some people have this ability under control.

4 You are unsure.

Silence, calm, loneliness, meditation, silence, arghhhh !!If you are not speaking or exposed to a stimulus, you will quickly flood your thoughts and feelings. We often suppress negative feelings through food, entertainment and other distractions. Very talkative people tend to use speeches to displace their own thoughts and feelings.If the main theme for focus is always out there, then you don’t have to worry about the inside.

5 You have underdeveloped hearing skills.

A lot of people I’ve met who talk arrogantly don’t like to listen.This is not to say that they are not sharp-sighted observers of the world. They can only gain their information through measurement reactions and verbal battles.

6 You may be under stress.

We live in an unprecedentedly busy world.There is so much noise and stimulus that we don’t always have the time to think and decompress our reality. To top it all off, dealing with a lot of chaos and challenges can break a lot of mental data and make sense.And maybe it’s your way of doing that.

7 You may be nervous around you.

Say you’re smitten with someone, admire them very much or still develop your social skills.In these cases, you are more likely to make social faux pas. They feel compelled to cover up embarrassing silence with thoughtless chatter.In many ways, this is a sign of empathy. So if someone talks a lot when you talk to you, take a step back and think about what effect you might have on them.

8 You may be jealous of you.

It’s like the envious father “No,” so you have to look at things … ” This way of asserting the status quo can be an attempt to minimize you as a threat or competition – don’t change things.

9 They just don’t like you.

Sometimes you just can’t bear someone talking to you because you know that … Not… how… what… she… will say . One way to stop this is to speak first and energetically so that the other person has no chance of finding their rhythm.

10 You may want to retain power and control.

If you have the best it gives you is more opportunity to influence a situation or person.This is especially true when people actively listen to you and respond in agreement. 11 You may not have any respect for your opinion.If someone doesn’t respect you as a person, they probably don’t care what you’re in or your personal development.They become just an object they talk about. Perhaps to satisfy her own ego. Or to use it as a hearing machine while developing and sharpening their thoughts.

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