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Social Anxiety and Decision-Making

Someone who has never dealt with anxiety (or any other mental illness) may not fully understand just how difficult it can be to go against the anxiety-based instincts and thought processes ingrained into your mind. Just identifying which thoughts and … Continue reading

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Fast Choices for a First Draft

This will be a very short post to go along with the subject matter—making the quick choices that can move your first draft along. I wrote a few days ago about making choices for your story—about considering options, weighing advantages … Continue reading

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Making Choices in your Narrative

Some writers may talk about their characters and their stories as if they spring fully-formed out of the ether, flowing through the writer’s fingers like barely-captive lightning direct from the beyond. But for everyone else, writing is a constant series … Continue reading

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What Life “Should” Be

I’ll let you in on the big secret of life—are you ready? You’re born. You live. Then you die. That’s it. No, really, that’s it. And all along the way people will tell you how you should spend that life, … Continue reading

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