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    I am a schizo, working on a blog full of diary entries.

    Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by schizo, May 28, 2011.

    I go periods of time without remembering stuff...but dont notice the time go by...Ill only know when I think what did I do all last Sat and then I dont remember... I lie alot I imagine people and they seem real, I have convos with them in my head and then I'm convinced they are real, these are what I lie about I have a terrible temper sometimes I lash out at people for no reason, especially my boyfriend, I have terrible mood swings,mostly at him Im very good at hiding all this except the mood swings, and these are pnly directed at a certin few. I used to self harm but not anymore, and it was never serious. I had a diary that I wrote crazy stuff in and dont remember writing half of it. Im often parinoid, And I'm posting all my past and current thought here.

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    Ideas/thoughts on the type of blog I'm creating?
     
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    You're writing gives you power, as it does mine. Keep writing. I have had problems like your's (Guessed).

    Ask yourself one Q.

    How does your writing make you feel?

    what does writing do for you?.

    Hang on, WAIT!.

    How can your writing affect people as it does you?

    If it does. you're doing well. Everything else is chance.
     
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    Gigi_GNR Guys, come on. WAFFLE-O. Contributor

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    ^ I completely agree. That's good advice. :)

    Welcome.
     
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    Welcome. :)
     
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    Hi.
    Seems you're pretty complicated. Would be cool to know more.
     
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    Hello Schizo, Welcome to the Creative Writing Forums.

    Please read How to Use the Writing Workshop before you try to post there. Posting your own writing for people to comment on should not be among the very first things you do here anyway. It is worth taking the time to see what other people have done to improve their writing, and see if some of it applies to your writing as well. That is part of why we require members to review other members' work before posting their own for review. On the other hand, there are no restrictions, other than content and copyright rules, on showcasing your work in your member blog.

    Also, be aware that posting a piece of writing on any public site, including this one, will greatly diminish your chances of selling it for publication. Removing the writing later does not alter that fact - once posted, it is irreversibly considered published. So do not post anything more than a small excerpt of any piece you are planning to submit for publication.

    If you haven't explored the site yet, you should probably do so soon. Newcomers often gravitate to the Lounge, the Word Games, or the Writing Workshop, but there is much more to be discovered if you poke in the corners. Remember to check out our FAQ as well, and be sure to read through the forum rules, too, to avoid any misunderstandings or hurt feelings. Respect for one another is our principal mandate.

    As for the Writing Workshop, new joiners often wonder why we do things a bit differently on this site than on other writing sites. We emphasize constructive critique as a vital writing skill. Training your eye by reviewing other people's work helps you improve your own writing even before you present it for others to see. Therefore, we ask members to review other people's writing before posting work of their own. We also impose a two-week waiting period before you may post writing for critique, to give you time to become familiar with what is expected and how the site operates. The Writing Workshop forums on this site, therefore, are true workshops, not just a bulletin board for displaying your work (and on that note, please only post each item for review in one Writing Workshop forum). Also, please use the same thread for all revisions and additional excerpts from the same piece of writing. See this post, Why Write Reviews Before Posting My Work? for more information.

    And while you're looking around, don't forget to check out the RPG forum for improvisational fiction. Also try our Weekly Short Story Contest and Weekly Poetry Contest. They actually run more than one week apiece, but any member may enter, and all members are urged to vote for their favorites.

    Enjoy your stay here, and have fun!
     

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