I know not everyone thinks in words, but I do. It’s funny how some people imagine you to think or perceive the world based on how you look or seem. I think in words, so when I write them down you’re getting a real-time snap shot of how my mind works.
I love processing things. If I didn’t blog, I’d still be making these posts in my head throughout the day. I love how blogging gives you a chance to release those thoughts sometimes and share any insight that could be helpful.
Do you think in words?
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Hi. I love how expressive blogging allows us to be, and yet we get to set the limits of how much we reveal at the same time.
I suppose so. I honestly just post what’s been on my mind. I don’t overthink it. 🙂
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I think in words all the time, as does my autistic wife. When I was a little girl, I often spoke in rhymes, and nobody knows why, including me.
That’s really cool both of you think in words! It’s crazy how we literally have an inner voice.
It sounds like you were a natural poet. 🙂
I never thought of myself in that way; perhaps I was and failed to acknowledge that part of me until later on in life.
I think it’s a bit of both words and images, but mostly words.
But when I’m writing? The words are scrolling across my mind as I type them.
That’s cool. I get alot of images as well in my head but they’re separate from the thoughts.
A mixture of words and images, like you writing is an outlet, to put my thoughts in a logical way.
I think in words. I never knew other people didn’t.
Maybe it’s not common to not think in words, but I was told by a few people when they edited my books that characters shouldn’t think in words since people do. :O I was like wait … is it that rare to think in words? Maybe it’s something writers do.
I am not sure I think in words. When I am writing, I feel I am emersed in the story. I hear dialogue and see the world around me. Sometimes the fiction world around me slowly emerges as if coming out of a mist. When I am writing nonfiction, it tends to sound like a monologue or voice-over from a nature video or newscast. A test I did quite some time ago revealed that I was strongest in auditory, followed by visual and kinesthetic, although they were very close scores.
Oh for sure I get a lot of images in my mind, too. I just mean I literally think in words, like I’m talking how I write. The images are there as background to the words, if that makes sense. 😀
That’s really interesting you took a test to show what you’re stronger in. I always struggled the most with auditory, I think because I’m more focused on my mind or in tune with the big picture than separate little details.
If you think in words how do you express emotions?
Emotions are emotions, not thinking.
You are right
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I absolutely loved this article! It’s refreshing to come across someone who thinks in words just like I do. I completely agree with the author’s sentiments on how some people perceive us based on our appearance, but it’s the words that truly matter. Blogging truly is a wonderful platform to release our thoughts and share insights with others. This article is a real-time snapshot of the author’s mind and I found it to be incredibly insightful. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us and I hope you have a lovely Sunday too!
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