When I write for extended periods of time I sometimes end up getting stuck and stressed out.
I end up pouring over everything I've written over and over and than I stop and look at peoples pages.
Then I just stop writing in general for like days and go to play video games.
I'm trying to continue my story and I need some suggestions on pushing through.
Well, here's a few possible solutions that tend to work for me...
-Go for a run
-Listen to music
-Read other people's work
-Work out and Excercise
-Set scrap paper on fire
-Take recreational drugs
-Bounce ideas off someone
Please take a look at the articles and stop posting questions like this. This is why we have articles.
I thought we could talk about whatever here.
I won't post another question on this.
The articles are almost as badly written as the sum-total of everything you've contributed to the site.
Bitch, i've contributed plenty. Having almost 100 featured comments and rating over 95% of the games on the site is a good contribution. The articles are written well, although a few are outdated. If they weren't good, they wouldn't be up.
If it wasn't contributing, we wouldn't get points for it.
Before ascending to modhood, Endmaster had relatively few points, but his stories sure as shit contributed more to the site than you. Points are hardly a good indicator of contribution.
Check the articles section. There's at least one article about this exact thing.
well what i do is go watch tv or when i cant write i go eat or i stand there untill i write. (or the one i do:i keep pinching myself untill i come up with something!!)