Recognizing and Revising Self Talk Patterns COMMON EXHIBIT FOR LEARNING OBJECTIVE ONE

In this outcome, you will find an exhibit which showcases the three inner voices that a person may hear or experience on a day-to-day basis. The three inner voices include the inner critic, the inner defender, and the inner guide. The inner critic is the voice that leads a person to be more critical of themself, and it can be more harsh in nature. The inner defender is the voice that tends to shirk all responsibility to someone other than oneself. This voice is not as harsh, but seems to be more of an "it's not my fault" kind of answer. The inner guide consists of a voice that says "Okay, I know what I did was wrong and I should not have done it, but here are some options to fix it."

Below the identifications of the three inner voices is my reflection on the experience, including feelings throughout, and how I became more conscious of how I speak to myself.

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