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Writng is the Key

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    Candy Beauclairposted 7 years ago

    Writing is the key to success, its just many people don't realize it. I have always been able to express myself better in writing. I found writing easier to say what I needed to without hurting any ones feelings. I could use my imagination and not be critisized for it. Writing has helped me get through many troubled situations in life cause the more I wrote the less tension I felt. writing bis more than a career its a hobby for me. I feel myself in the story as I'm writing.Writing is a pleasure to let people hear what I have to say. I can actually come up with some pretty interesting stories some facts some fiction. The things I write about usually come from the heart and my sense of humor is always on the up and up. Writing is the key to many new advenchers.

    1. dutchman1951 profile image60
      dutchman1951posted 7 years ago in reply to this

      so true

    2. Carmen Borthwick profile image79
      Carmen Borthwickposted 7 years ago in reply to this

      Why don't you write a hub about it?

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    Royal Diademposted 7 years ago

    Candy I feel the same way.  Writting makes me feel good too, even though I am not that good at it, I still like to write.  Thank you for your honesty.

  3. Flightkeeper profile image79
    Flightkeeperposted 7 years ago

    So Candy, where's your hubs?

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      zadrobiposted 7 years ago in reply to this


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    rednckwmnposted 7 years ago

    I agree. I am soooo much better at writing. Face to face Im all..ummm..ahhhh...
    Not everyone can do it. Or even needs to. Some people are fine with the sound of thier voices. Put up a hub? It would be cool to get to know you.  smile

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    NevenChanposted 7 years ago

    Writting is the way that many people have expressed their love, hate, ager, or sadness throught the years. It's only natural that the written word be so captivating.

    It's good that you know ho to channel your feelings that way Candy. <3

    1. tantrum profile image60
      tantrumposted 7 years ago in reply to this

      It's a shame that nor Candy nor you, have written any hub! Why don't you show us what you can write ? hmm

  6. sannyasinman profile image84
    sannyasinmanposted 7 years ago

    As you say in your title
    "Writng is the Key"
    or as the previous commenter says
    "Writting is the way . . ."

    Well, as for me:
    "Me liykes to rite abowt wot mee duz an sumtymes wot mee duz not do, its orl in de mynd anee way, innit? Lyke, ya no wot I meen? “

    Never mind the quality feel the width.

    Hmm, I seem to remember seeing a hub with that title somewhere on Hubpages . . .

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    zarquonposted 7 years ago

    Writing has become my literary therapy. I am a middle aged unemployed man who can no longer work in the blue collar industry because of my disability.
    I,also, enjoy reading many books to improve my knowledge in the literary world so that I may use the information as I write to the extreme.
    I didn't realise that writing could open up many doors in my imaginary world that is trying to escape from my mind.
    The trouble is how to express it in written terms to the public,whether on paper or on the internet, in my own words and be understood.
    Write on man.

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    awareposted 7 years ago

    I could paint you a picture simply made of words . In the most random of way none making any sense . A landscape of letters  that's all it would be. But a beautiful sunset by the beach is all that you would see.

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    YellowBrickRoseposted 6 years ago

    I can't imagine myself as someone who had trouble expressing themselves through writing, because I do it without even thinking half the time!

    Not that I've never had stories die on me or words just not seem to come as easily as I'd want them to. That happens to everybody who writes. And writer's block hits me aaaalll the time, but I've learned to accept it and wait it out until it goes away, which it always does.

    When I write, I'm not always bouncing-in-my-seat-giddy about it, because plenty of my characters or plots give me hella trouble! But when I know what's going to happen, or I understand where a scene is going better than I did yesterday...there is a definite sense of pride and accomplishment, I must admit. smile

    I can't describe how it makes me feel, really...I don't play a string instrument and I never have, but I always get a sense of what I think it must be like for a cellist or someone to pick up their instrument and disappear into music of their own composition. The *feeling* is one of effortlessness, even if the work is anything but.

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    prettydarkhorseposted 6 years ago

    I like to express myself in writing, it is a therapy for me.

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    Revive@OwnRiskposted 6 years ago

    It is good therapy to be sure. I've taken a pen name to protect family and friends, however. But there is great power in writing one's truth. I'm glad to be here among friends. I had such reservations about writing what I do here, and have been warmly welcomed. Thank you, all.

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    LRobbinsposted 6 years ago

    I can't believe how addictive writing has become and how enjoyable and so quickly!