A cure for writer's block?
Almost all imaginative people feel self-doubt.
This tendency seems to be common to all creative fields.
In fact, the more we learn about the lives of great writers and thinkers, the more universal this attitude seems to be.
We discover that everyone — from John Keats to millionaire copy writers — seems to frequently feel basically, on balance, in the end — well, — kind of rubbish.
So, while there is probably no permanent cure for this condition, there does seem to be an effective treatment.
The less lonely we feel as creative people, the happier we become, and the less time we waste worrying.
The treatment, therefore, is to increase the amount of time one spends in an artistic frame of mind.
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