Why You Should Talk to Yourself in the Third Person

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Solomon's wisdom, though, only applied to matters external to himself. His own life "was a shambles of bad decisions and uncontrolled passions," wrote Wray Herbert in The Association for Psychological Science. "He kept hundreds of pagan wives and concubines, and also loved money and boasted of his riches. He neglected to instruct his only son, who grew up to be an incompetent tyrant. All these sins and misjudgments contributed to the eventual demise of the kingdom."

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