Tag Archives: anxiety

Writer’s Block: Part 2

My biggest fear is not of what I will write; It is that fear that paralyzes those that stand on stage and destroys public speaking: I’m afraid that when I open my mouth I’ll have nothing to say. In many ways, this is worse than saying something wrong, even the worst wrong thing is better […]

A Writer Without A Clue

Most days, when I work on writing, I feel I have no idea what the fuck I’m doing. There’s a gentleman named Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi who set forth the psychological dynamics of engagement with a task, with boredom trending towards anxiety where challenge is present but (actual or, in some cases, perceived) skill is lacking and […]