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What I am doesn't tell you much about who I am. What I speak tells you what comes from my heart. And what I do tells you of the mark that I want to leave on this world.

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    Writing for Catharsis

    When venting with others fails, what do you go to for emotional release? For some it’s music, a sanctuary in nature, a pet, exercise, and/or a journal. Otherwise known as a diary–keeper of secrets, keeper of all feelings. It helps to let words pour out onto a page or screen when all you can do is count on yourself. Writing has the power to build resilience because it can turn into a strong coping mechanism. From it one tells a personal story that is uniquely crafted.

    • Writing in general is structural / form-based (even when it's not, e.g. certain kinds of poetry); one could make the leap that the inherent structure of writing is the only way to give "form to the formless." It also lets you think new things; it's an exercise in learning. – claytonpitcher 5 years ago
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    Unbear(d)able: The Rise of Secondary Sexual Characteristics in Television

    That’s wonderful. I say, keep going. I always leave my stories unfinished. You don’t want to be that person, so keep writing until you’re fully satisfied.

    Critical Judgement: A Personal Perspective

    The cure to writer’s block is to simply write. My thought is that, I start to think too much (where’s this going? did I spell that right? what should I put next?), rather than allow myself to pour out a stream of consciousness. Writing is easy. Stop blocking yourself.

    Attention Writers: The Myth of Writer's Block