Writer’s Block

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It is rare that I am ever at a loss for words, as I usually have something to say.  There have been times in my life when I have felt as if my words fell on deaf ears, yet I still would keep talking or writing, as the case may be.  Recently, though, I experienced a first.  I cannot write.

As I continue to deal with a difficult personal situation that has triggered my anxiety and depression, along with everything that comes along with that dose of double trouble, I have more than enough thoughts swirling around in my mind, desperate to be set free, yet I cannot get the thoughts and feelings from my mind to my fingertips to the keyboard.  They remain imprisoned in my mind, and I am in unfamiliar territory.

Perhaps, my version of writer’s block is because the feelings are too raw and the thoughts are too painful to communicate, even in a generic way yet, or perhaps, it is the result of finally running out of things to say.  I have yet to determine the cause and don’t know what the outcome will be, but I know how it feels to be left “mute”.  Unsettling.  Scary.  Confusing. 

The feelings associated with my writer’s block mirror those feelings related to my personal situation, so, it is my hope that the resolution of both emotional “blocks” will come with time, patience, and healing.  In the meantime, I will keep trying on both fronts, as I am holding on to the hope that these stumbling blocks are building blocks actually.

That’s another story . . .



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3 replies

  1. Hi Kristi,
    I’m sorry to hear you’re going through a difficult time right now. Please know that there is a light at the end of the tunnel and I promise you will get through this. =) Take care and don’t worry about not having the words to come out, they will come out and you’ll have plenty to say before you know it!
    I hope this helps and I hope you feel better soon!
    Thank you for sharing!

    • Christina, thank you so much for always being such a bright, positive light! I so appreciate your encouraging words and support, and please, know that you definitely helped me to put things in perspective and feel a bit better about the situation. Hope that you and your husband continue to enjoy the holidays and that your light shines even brighter in 2014!

      • You’re very welcome, hun!!
        I’m so happy that I could help, I know blog therapy is one of the best kinds of therapy and it’s free! lol. With that said, I’m glad you were able to put things into perspective. =)
        I hope you are feeling much better and that you are having a nice holiday season. Let’s finish this year STRONG!! =)

        Christina
        http://lifebeinggirly.com/

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