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  1. Hi, Just wanting to gauge some opinion on talking to yourself, or talking/thinking out loud. All my life I've spoken to myself. I don't hear voices so I'm very aware that it's me I'm talking to. I'm not 100% sure that it is a trait that is more common with those who have Asperger's Syndrome like I have, as I'm no expert and have only been diagnosed in the last few months. I'm wondering if it is indirectly related to my AS because, though having no regular contact with actual friends I've resorted to having conversations by myself to fulfil an unmet social need. I would describe how I talk to myself more as thinking out loud as it does help me to focus on thing sometimes. It just worried me that my Mum heard me doing it a few weeks ago and said that I should avoid doing it in case anyone hears me and thinks that I'm crazy. I can understand where she's coming from as strangers can be very judgemental with little or no info on you as a person. However, I wonder if it's something that every one, including those without ASDs, does from time to time. Chances are, as I haven't disclosed my AS to many people, most of my family all think I'm bonkers anyway. Cheers! - Skaro7
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