So far I've written 20k words in one version of my WIP. The entirety of it has progression in the plot, and is going the way I want it to, but I've reached a block. I've been using a lot of my anger and frustration to fuel my imagination for the pieces so far, but now I'm at a part where things are calming down and I have no real idea of how to identify and put into words the sentiments and experiences there. I have a loose plot which is definite but allows me freedom to link the points together, and it needs scenes like this but the shift in mental dynamic for this writing is causing problematic. I've tried to shift into the perspectives of the characters and trying to write a 3rd person overview of the observational perspective of what's happening, but again I'm having difficulty. So I decided to start a second version, one which has different structure and perspectives in a few places, but I've hit a block even sooner now in re-writing a section where my enthusiasm has fallen off. Now, I know all I need to do is progress through it all until I hit a high again and then revisit that section to see what I've done that didn't sit right, but I'm finding that I'm deliberately distracting myself with other things almost as soon as I've started. So, what should I do? I don't think writing another piece that isn't related is going to help, so I might write the end piece of the journey and fill out the middle that way, but I do need some advice from experienced writers on what your best ways of dealing with this are.