Positive Thinking

Being a writer means dealing with a lot of rejection letters, crass critics, and jerks who simply want to make themselves feel good by putting someone else down. It’s very easy to start doubting yourself, and your talents. It’s very easy to fall into a trap of negative thinking. Sometimes it’s the hardest part of being a writer.

Even for those of you who aren’t writers, positive thinking is usually better than negative thinking. Here’s an article I found on that topic very recently. This piece explains what negative thinking can physically do to your brain. I found it very interesting, and thought all of you would, too.

Scott Harper


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