Friday, November 13, 2020

Is talking alot a good habit?

 Well, the question was: Is talking a lot a good habit? And I think that it depends on what one means by good. If you mean morally good, then of course it isn't. But if you mean psychologically or physically healthy and helpful, then yes indeed it is.

To begin with the former, let's look at what moral values we assign to people who talk a lot. When I say morally good, I mean how we think of them as human beings.

Most people who talk a lot are considered to be annoying, inconsiderate and generally unlikable. In fact, I would say that most people think of them as bad human beings. Therefore talking a lot is not morally good.

On the other hand, most people who talk a lot are considered to be interesting, friendly and generally likable. In fact I would say that most people think of them as good human beings. Therefore talking a lot is physically healthy.

Therefore, in conclusion, talking a lot is not morally good but physically healthy.

I would also like to add that talking a lot is not morally good because it causes people to annoy other people. It makes them feel bad and this creates an unhealthy environment of tension, distrust and anger in human society.

Talking too much is a good habit, yes. It can be that in some contexts it's not good but mostly its beneficial.

Talking too much is a good habit, in as far as being able to talk openly and express your thoughts is better than not talking at all.

Many people think its a bad habit to talk too much, but I don't agree.

It depends on the kind of person you are.

If you are talkative and open about yourself to others, then its a good trait.

If you are a quiet person, then talking too much might get in your way of being more open and social with others.

Talking is the primary way that humans interact. To be silent in a situation where one would normally contribute to a conversation is usually considered rude or an indication of disinterest, sometimes even disrespect.

Talking a lot is, indeed, good. However it's not talking a lot that makes you good: it's what you say and how much of an effect you have on the conversation.

I'm not sure what you mean by 'good' or 'habit'. I certainly agree that talking is a common behavior and extremely widespread among all human beings. It can also be quite useful at times, however it seems to me like more of a neutral attribute than one which can compare as good or bad.

When talking is used, it usually seems to be more for the purpose of informing others about what one knows. It can also be used to find out information from other people. Sometimes when someone talks a lot, they're just rambling about whatever comes into their head and not actually contributing anything useful or meaningful.

Another purpose of talking is to try and persuade others in order to get them to do what you want. Sometimes this works, sometimes it doesn't.

Sometimes people talk a lot to try and convince themselves that they're right or important, but in reality often times it's just an excuse for them to hear their own voice.

I suppose that talking can be good for expressing your opinions and getting others to listen to you. However, this can often turn into people just saying whatever they want without considering whether it is actually true or not. In the end, I feel like most of the time people talk more than they should.

I would say that it can be a good habit in moderation, but not too much. When you talk for the sake of your own enjoyment, or because you like to hear yourself speak, then I don't think it's very good.

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