Last week I came to a place in my novel that required internal dialogue. Although I usually write this in second person (What were you thinking? Andrea asked herself), there are also times I use first (I'm never doing that again). These approaches got me to wondering if people really think this way or if it is merely a tool used in fiction.
Personally, I tend to talk to myself in second person, but I couldn't help but wonder if this is the exception or the rule. Since I'm not a mind reader, the best way to find out for sure is to ask, sooo, here goes nothing. Which POV do you use when talking to yourself. The answers I receive here could enhance my approach to internal dialogue in fiction. Until next time, happy writing.