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Write from Your Happy Place

Give people what they need not, what they want

I know it seems like the best writers throughout history wrote well because their were depressed or had some great pain within them.

While writing can be an extremely therapeutic exercise, it can also mean that you’re channeling your pain to other people.

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Mother | Finance & Investment Strategist | Love writing, coffee, reading and rain... not necessarily in that order

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