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22nd Jun '17 3:06:27 PM CaptEquinox
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In RealLife, multiple-personality selves do talk to each other or can learn to do so. This communication is actually a good sign and is encouraged by doctors.

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In RealLife, multiple-personality selves do talk to each other (including talking out loud, discreetly) or can learn to do so. This communication is actually a good sign and is encouraged by doctors.
13th Jun '17 7:15:36 AM Malloon
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* In ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest'', Kaleigh Jones, Nessy Guthrie, and arguably Cillian Crowe go through this. Oddly, Kaleigh seemed to be able to decide which of her personalities was in control at any given time.

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* In ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest'', Kaleigh Jones, Nessy Guthrie, and arguably Cillian Crowe go through this. Oddly, Kaleigh seemed to be able to decide which of her personalities was in control at any given time. A lot of V6's Benjamin Lichter dialogue is also him talking to a voice in his head, though it's left ambiguous whether or not it's actually another personality or just a side of himself he can't bare to admit he has.
12th Jun '17 12:14:11 PM JackG
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* ''Requiem for an Assassin'' (aka ''The Killer Ascendant'') by Barry Eisler. While smoking dope in a coffee bar in Rotterdam, HitmanWithAHeart Literature/JohnRain has a conversation with 'The Iceman', the cold-blooded killer part of his personality, who derides his belief that he can retire from his life as a ProfessionalKiller.
4th Jun '17 1:51:45 PM nombretomado
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* Each page on TVTropes (except for discussion and Troper Tales) is supposed to look like it was written by the same person and therefore, tropers are not supposed to refer to themselves individually (by saying "I" or "This troper") or have arguments on trope pages. However, some tropers do this anyway, making such pages look like they were written by someone with a SplitPersonality who is TalkingToThemself.

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* Each page on TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes (except for discussion and Troper Tales) is supposed to look like it was written by the same person and therefore, tropers are not supposed to refer to themselves individually (by saying "I" or "This troper") or have arguments on trope pages. However, some tropers do this anyway, making such pages look like they were written by someone with a SplitPersonality who is TalkingToThemself.
2nd Jun '17 12:00:52 AM R.G.
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* Mr. Fix from ''WesternAnimation/AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'' would do this often throughout the series.

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* Mr. Fix from ''WesternAnimation/AroundTheWorldInEightyDays'' would do this often throughout the series. Ex: "Have you got a plan, Mr. Fix?" "Have I got a plan, Mr. Fix? Have I got a plan?"
11th May '17 1:14:57 AM Nepeta
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* In ''Literature/WhenRabbitHowls'', more or less an autobiography of Truddi Chase, who has multiple personality disorder, the author's various personalities have internal conversations with each other.

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* In ''Literature/WhenRabbitHowls'', more or less an autobiography of Truddi Chase, who has multiple personality dissociative identity disorder, the author's various personalities have internal conversations with each other.
5th May '17 4:20:07 PM Snowstorm100
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* ''Webcomic/{{InnerDialogue}}'': The entire webcomic revolves around this.

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* ''Webcomic/{{InnerDialogue}}'': ''Webcomic/{{Inner Dialogue}}'': The entire webcomic revolves around this.
5th May '17 4:19:25 PM Snowstorm100
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*''Webcomic/{{InnerDialogue}}'': The entire webcomic revolves around this.
2nd May '17 12:43:50 PM iowaforever
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* In the second season of WesternAnimation/YoungJustice, this is how Blue Beetle's arguments with his sentient [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman armor]] plays out, causing his teammates to think of him as a little bit... "special".
* This is taken UpToEleven with the appropriately named villain Billy Numerous on ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans''. He has the ability to create ''hundreds'' of duplicates of himself, and the duplicates talk to each other ''a lot'', referring to each other as "Billy" as they do so.

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* In the second season of WesternAnimation/YoungJustice, ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'', this is how Blue Beetle's arguments with his sentient [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman armor]] plays out, causing his teammates to think of him as a little bit... "special".
* This is taken UpToEleven with the appropriately named villain Billy Numerous on ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans''. He has the ability to create ''hundreds'' of duplicates of himself, and the duplicates talk to each other ''a lot'', referring to each other as "Billy" as they do so. so.
* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' Season 5 shows that after the 50 year timeskip, Aku now conjures up a psychiatrist clone of himself to vent his frustrations to. Its much more helpful than Jack's subconscious trying to goad him into {{Seppuku}}.
27th Apr '17 4:00:06 AM StarTropes
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* [[Literature/HarryPotter Harry Potter]] does this himself on occasion.

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* [[Literature/HarryPotter Harry Potter]] does this himself on occasion. A prominent example is when he starts falling for Ginny and is afraid that [[MySisterIsOffLimits Ron will object]].
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