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What Writing Shows about One's Personality

Updated on November 8, 2016
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Writing Shows the Real in some ways

Writing daily brings out many sides of a writer. I am talking from my experience in the writing field for the many years. I found out what writing tells me about my personality.

  • As a writer I know how I began and have come this far with my new experiences.

Many writers don’t show their lack of confidence in their writing skills, instead, write from behind a facade.

The vulnerability is not always visible to their readers.

  • They tend to fake confidence.

I showed my strengths in my writing, and my confidence at that time did not fall apart in my work.

I showed to readers my positive mind.

  • I wrote what I knew would make me feel good not what would make me feel vulnerable or weak.

In my work, I showed confidence and great expressions to allow my readers, to focus on a stronger side of me.

Writing allowed me to move on freely, and to prove to myself that I can do better with my very own skills.

Once I saw my greater strengths, I improved on my weaknesses.

I did not mention my weak points. I only wanted my readers to see my best of my work.

My own way of writing has allowed an audience to see me and my greater achievements much better.

I kept my pride and dignity, and looked for what I knew would interest the already increased audience I have on Hubpages.

I slowly discovered my writing improvements, and decided to continue with each day as my first attempt.

I just went ahead and improved.on my writing each day.

The fear of writing did not occur to me. I went on from day to day, in the hope that one day, I would be quite established with my writing platform. So far it all worked out fine.

Some writers fear the lack of learning will let them down in some ways.

  • What I put on my page mattered the most to me, and that did not stop me from writing.

A writer can write the way they choose to, and want to. It is a writer's choice of understanding what is told to their readers.

I learned to emphasize my strengths by my writing skills, and did not give up on writing. Gradually, I learned I had to continue to make myself heard in a positive manner.

I showed myself I can do it and have the time to make my work a success. I made my writing a priority.

I took action to make my work positive and did not focus on the negative side of things. My strengths covered my weaknesses.

I did not use writing as an earning for me. It would have been my weakest point if I had that in mind.

After thorough research I learned much more about writing, and of how to write.

I had to first gain my steady platform, and from there on had to wait and see for better results.

It is not a waste of time to keep on writing and experiencing with your writing skills.

  • Why would you want to prove to yourself you can do it, and then eventually fail from trying?

If writers want to achieve goals, effort, time, patience, and persistence is required to climb up that stepladder.

The lack of confidence, and worrying about making money from writing can be a weakness to many writers.

Some writers feel if articles are not produced on time they are at a loss, and earn a dime. Being a self-sufficient writer is not for all.

  • You got to fake it until you make it.

If writers doubt themselves, they should use their writing to gain back confidence.

Take action into thinking of where to have articles published and and for whom are they writing.

You will one day realize confidence is holding you back, especially if you have been through a hard time.

Once you get that out of the way writing can become easy.

You won't become that super-confident person overnight, with careful practice you can get it right.

In time you will see that your weaknesses will disappear, and your confidence will come into action.

Most writers don't want to the world how they feel in their writing. It is up to the individual on how they choose to write,and share their thoughts.

One can easily express their true feelings in poetry.

For some writers time holds them back from writing, confidence, weaknesses, and their vulnerability.

Setting aside time to write is not an option in many cases.

One can feel mentally exhausted when trying to write, while others can find it much easier to start writing.

Sometimes writers don't want to share their stories rightfully, they want to keep their lives private and personal.

A writer can feel ashamed for sharing their true experiences this is if they choose to write their true stories.

However, in some cases, writers heal from writing about their experiences, and even readers heal from reading of such experiences.

I have achieved my goal with great positivism.

When you wait too long, you can become distracted in writing.

The opportunity disappears, and to follow through on another writing project is not a possibility. You can have a partner to work with you on a project.

When you have someone to work together on a new project it avoids the lack of opportunity.

Keep in touch and meet your goals together. In this way you will know what works best for you.

  • What makes you lack the skill of writing?

Is it your confidence, concentration, your negative thoughts, or your vulnerability?

Writing does not come easy for every writer, and is experienced differently.

Obstacles do push writers off their wagons, and without proper explanation they just give up.

I write daily to share what makes me feel good and happy. I enjoy writing. Recently I realized that my work has given me more strong points than weak points.

I found myself from my true writing, and writing from my heart allowed me to live my life freely and to be open-minded.

I write what I think, and know will allow me my freedom of troubled thoughts, or of what needs attention in my life.

M greater experiences make me see my writing in so many different ways.

Writing shows many aspects of one’s personality. The truth is often revealed in time about the real you.

A writer shows true character, and this brings out the true emotions of their personalities in writing.

  • Is time of the essence for you to write daily?

  • Is writing your best pass time?

  • Have you any weaknesses about writing?

  • What shows your true personality in writing?

  • Have you shown your true personality in writing?

  • Are you a procrastinator?

  • Do you wait and never get to finish a project?

  • Do you enjoy new skills and new experiences?

I learned a new culture, and a new lifestyle and enjoy learning something new daily. New thoughts and new ideas come to mind when unplanned. I am always planning and trying to get into what makes me feel the happiest.

True writing shows the true you and be original.

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    • billybuc profile image

      Bill Holland 3 years ago from Olympia, WA

      Far too many writers quit too early. You have to really want it to continue in this lonely life. You had some excellent points in this article. Well done.

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      FlourishAnyway 3 years ago from USA

      I enjoy being about to show the many different sides of my personality through my writing. We all have different "selves" that we present to the world, and through writing we can show any and all of them. I encourage you to grow in your confidence as a writer. I see you continuing to blossom through your work, Devika.

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      Mona Sabalones Gonzalez 3 years ago from Philippines

      A lot of writers show themselves through characters in fictional novels, or through two or three characters. Vulnerability can really enrich your writing, but you don't want to also expose everything that you are all about. Still, readers have a way of finding out, anyway.

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      billybuc thank you stopping by.

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      FlourishAnyway thank very much for stopping by

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      grand old lady I am so pleased to read another comment from you think you.

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      Suzanne Day 3 years ago from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

      Writing can show you heaps about your personality, as well as your dreams!

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Hi Suzanne thank you for commenting

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      ologsinquito 3 years ago from USA

      A writer's "voice" definitely does and should come through in their articles. You do learn a lot from reading what they write.

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      Jo_Goldsmith11 3 years ago

      DDE,

      I think there is nothing wrong with being *real* to your readers. When we show our readers that we have life situations and share with them how we are making it through those difficult times. I think it builds a trust between the reader and the writer. There is an invisible bond of sorts to understand that writers are people too, have the same hurts, disappointments and life's struggles as they (readers) do.

      When writers write to help inform or maybe offer something which would allow the reader to try to handle something they might not otherwise thought of handling it. Always enjoy your work. :-)

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      Dave 3 years ago from Lancashire north west England

      Great advise once more delivered in a professional manner. You certainly do come across as a confident writer and you are not afraid to write about your feelings be them good or bad. Budding writers can only benefit from this informative article. Voted up,interesting and useful.

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      ologsinquito thank you very much for stopping by.''A writer's "voice" definitely does and should come through in their articles.'' Well mentioned.

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Hello Jo you are so right, ''I think there is nothing wrong with being *real* to your readers.'' Thank you for such kind words.

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Hi D.A.L. I enjoy reading your hubs you show me so much through your interesting hubs. Thank you for all votes your kindness is always appreciated.

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      jtrader 3 years ago

      Good points. Writers, like other creative people, share a lot about themselves through their work, both intentionally and unintentionally.

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Hi jtrader well said thank you

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      CraftytotheCore 3 years ago

      I remember the first time I wrote on a public blog. I was scared out of my mind how people would react. I have no idea why. It's like stage fright I guess.

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      CraftytotheCore you are so right,''It's like stage fright I guess.'' Thank you.

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      Shyron E Shenko 3 years ago from Texas

      I like Crafty, was scared when I published my first hub 'My Bad Hair Day' but with my dear friend Au fait's encouragement. I made it through and I do enjoy writing.

      Voted up, + and shared.

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Hi Shyron so nice to hear from you great comment and thank you for all votes

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      Harish Mamgain 3 years ago from India

      Great writing tips. Devika I like your straightforwardness in whatever you write. Voted up.

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      Devika Primić 3 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Harishprasad thank you very much for sharing your wonderful thoughts here your vote up and all comments are greatly appreciated.

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