(I don't know if this section of the forum is the place for this, so I apologize if I should have posted this elsewhere.) I have a writing issue that is related to general writing... sort of. The problem is I want to write, but I can't. So it is essentially a writer's block. But it's a bit more complicated than that. I don't want to get into details because it would just be boring. But I can say that that's a large part of the problem. Boredom. Everything I write down feels so... b-o-r-i-n-g. I've been wanting to write about certain themes for years. This "project" I have going on right now is about 2-3 years old, and in that time I've managed to write down one single page that I can say I'm satisfied with. In that time I haven't written anything else. I don't want to. I need to write this "thing" I have in my head, but I can't get past that first page. So perhaps I should just quit for good. This obsession with this "thing" I need to write down is affecting negatively my life. The problem is whenever I try to quit I just find out I can't. So is it an addiction then? I've never been a good writer. I haven't actually finished anything. I can't get past the first few sentences because they always feel so... boring. Meaningless. Now I know writer's have blocks. I'm no special. And I've been wondering if anyone else here been struggling with thoughts like these. Then again this is possibly a wrong place to ask this. I guess I should head to www.not writing ever again forums.org. Finally, I want to make clear that I'm not after sympathy or encouraging comments. I was thinking that perhaps someone here could give me insightful thoughts that would help me to leave writing and move on. Sometimes it's best to just move on, but it seems I can't do it on my own. I'm too weak to give up. But not everybody has a talent, and some of us can never become rockstars despite the burning desire.