I'm in the middle of a project now, and it's...well, big, but I'll post about it later once I'm closer to needing betas. In any case, I'm going through a scene where I'm dragging my metaphorical feet because I'm having too many emotions. One of my supporting characters is a prisoner of one of his nation's enemies, and he's having a PTSD episode right in front of the man that captured him. I'm confident about the story in a writing sense, but the scene is just really heavy, because the character is beginning to realize that he isn't cured, and his revelation comes with humiliation in front of someone he very much does not trust -- but is also a person that can help him. It's just...I feel so intensely about this scene that it makes me nervous. Not even about getting the scene right, but just in general. Just watching this guy have his whole self-view upended is so enjoyably distressing that it makes me nervous and I'm not writing as much as I should. I'm pressing on as best I can, but still. Does this happen to anyone else?