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Body language showing fear or anxiety Creative Writing Prompts, Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, The Words, Tips Instagram

Also for speaking, tripping over words. For example instead of saying "Can we go somewhere else?" someone with a lot of anxiety would say "Can we... can we go somewhere?" Idk I trip over my words when I'm anxious af.

The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Fear – Princess Diamond - Touching and Emotional Image Writing Promps, Book Writing Tips, Writing Words, English Writing, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, Creative Writing Prompts

The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Fear

Whether it’s spiders, heights, socializing, public speaking, deep water, patterns, or even themselves, most every character you’ll ever write will face some debilitating fear or phobia. In today’s...

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The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Fear

Whether it’s spiders, heights, socializing, public speaking, deep water, patterns, or even themselves, most every character you’ll ever write will face some debilitating fear or phobia. In today’s...

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The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Fear

Whether it’s spiders, heights, socializing, public speaking, deep water, patterns, or even themselves, most every character you’ll ever write will face some debilitating fear or phobia. In today’s...

The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Loneliness One of the debilitating battles that your characters may encounter is the struggle against their own, personal form of loneliness. Writing Boards, Book Writing Tips, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Prompts, Start Writing, Writing Ideas, I Am A Writer, Writing Characters

The Psychology of Writing: Character Development and Loneliness

One of the debilitating battles that your characters may encounter is the struggle against their own, personal form of loneliness. While it takes many forms, loneliness is a sense of hurt, sadness,...