Very interesting, Luis. I've often heard of people thinking in a second language, but I've never heard anyone express they are more analytic in one of the languages they speak. I should ask Dasha, my friend, she speaks several.
I only named Coach and Boyo because they seemed so separate. Coach would probably be the candidate for angry voice, but I seldom get angry with myself anymore. It's worse than that, I get disappointed
. Heh (Mom's voice comes floating through..... .)
There is an unnamed voice~~~ you say it's your angry one who senses threats, my unnamed voice is one who is constantly on guard, it worries
, it tries very hard to make me avoid taking action. It can't be Boyo being a frightened child, he's not afraid of anything, but, maybe it is...that scaredycat voice irritates the heck out of me. I have to think about this.
I hope you never lose your child voice. I think it's the part of us that gets awed by life, who can still feel wonder and delight, who, when brought to some new place can say "OH WOW !"
You say your child is easily tricked,,,,mine is the one who tricks me......
"We need yogurt."
"No, we don't."
"No, we don't need that."
"Chocolate Frozen Yogurt"
"Think about it."
"Let's move on."
"Yes. The shop is just down the block. We'll just get a small."
I like Boyo. He's funny and forgiving.....and he helps to eat the huge yogurt and chocolate shots and walnuts and a cherry on top.
Joe(the committee is in session)Nation