To write with greater freedom, you must identify and understand your rules around emotions, and then be willing to revise them.
The Writing Life
To build better characters, use these five emotion regulation strategies to connect with yourself.
There are four primary reasons we struggle to write about emotions. Learning them to become a better writer.
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After months–or years–of hard work, quitting a writing project can seem like failure. But sometimes quitting is key to your success.
Many writers set aggressive goals at the beginning of the year only to fall short. If you’re experiencing end-of-year angst about those goals, try this.
The end of the year is a great time to integrate what you’ve learned. One of the best ways to do this is my D.E.P.A.R.T. method.
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Battling your demons is easy, but do you know how often you’re battling your gifts?
If you’re struggling to write during tough times, here’s how to keep your heart open.
Don’t want to sabotage your labors of love? Here’s how.
To launch a story, you must design a strong hook and build investment in your story’s emotional plot.
Wondering how you can bolster your character development? Apply empathy to your characters by exploring your character’s walk.
Wondering how you can bolster your character development? Apply empathy to your characters.
Worried your fear of success will sabotage your projects? Here’s your antidote.