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Impersonating a tulpa.


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I often see people advising that I should parrot/puppet my tulpa to force it better. Wouldn't my tulpa, once sentient, be annoyed that I was essentially impersonating them, and fabricating lies about them?

 

Sorry that I'm dumb :P

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parroting is just a method that will help your tulpa talk on its own. I do not think that they will be annoyed by helping them to be more vocal. But I can't say for sure since not all tulpas are the same.

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It's possible that they might end up being uncomfortable with it but it's probably worth risking that if the method clicks for you. Arguably, the thing that you're "fabricating" to begin with isn't necessarily them early on anyway, and you're just acting as training wheels until you hit autonomy.

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a bit annoyed, but it wouldnt be relationship ruining. it might just be annoying

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Spice was born in 2013 and Tomoe was born in 2014.

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I was recently worried about this, too. But I think I'm okay, especially as I only now only parrot & proxy when I think he'd want to talk to the outside world if he could, and I balance it with trying to actually communicate in wonderland at least as often.

Maggie David (she or they, birthday June 4)

 

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I mean, we're not a big fan of puppeting/parroting, but you could do it in your own head if it's for the purpose of them improving their ability to speak or move. I don't think typing out the things you're parroting to others would be good though. There would be no point in doing that, if that's what you mean you were going to do at least. No need to roleplay your tulpa.

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