Nurturing Thursday: Write

You can always edit a bad page. You can’t edit a blank page.
Jodi Picoult

After many months on and off with my writing, finally, I’m getting back to it. I had mixed feelings about it and my critical voice was speaking aloud.

I don’t know what I was afraid of, since I write for myself, to put on the pages what needs to come out of my mind, to clear my ideas, in general, to make sense of myself. It’s not that I’ll publish it or defense a thesis about it. It’s more a kind of lone therapy.

Well, my mind is playing many tricks recently, some of them dangerous, so it’s better to put everything clear on the paper and don’t let these tricks take over.

Sharing with Becca’s Nurturing Thursday.

20 thoughts on “Nurturing Thursday: Write

  1. There is nothing more scary that you can discover than you already are living by not writing. The world is with you Elizabeth. Not against you. We are routing for you to be happy in your skin and pen!
    And the pre writing meditation sounds like a great idea.
    Love Ya’,

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  2. I’ve missed your writing and posts — each of us needs to find our niche for what helps us with the journey of discovering our truth and ourselves. Thank you for sharing and linking to Nurturing Thursday! ❤

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    1. It’s good to be back, I was checking the posts but not ready to join back. And as you posted ‘there is time for everything’ Hope to keep up from now on. Thank you for the lovely Nurturing Thrusday.


  3. Well done you. I found last year I experienced emotions I couldn’t share. So I wrote stories and gave those emotions to others. Yesterday I was able to destroy them. the writing had served its purpose.

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  4. I write to work out what I think – my thoughts are just jumbled chaos, by putting them into pen and ink on the page I can sort of make sense of them… if that makes sense…

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  5. Yay, glad you’re back to Nurturing Thursday and writing more in general. 🙂 Writing is very good therapy. I never really know what my characters are going to say either, but that’s okay, it means I might learn something from them.

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