So, maybe this problem isn't all that uncommon, but it's bugging me nonetheless. I can't seem to write anymore. I've been writing steadily for the past few years, mostly because I majored in Creative Writing, so always had workshop deadlines to meet and what not, and had little time to procrastinate. I graduated in December, and don't start my MFA program until September. It's been since December that I've written anything subsequently. I don't know, I'll begin to write, can't find the words, and then give up in frustration. Even posting on forums, something I've done nearly all my life, is difficult these days. I can't seem to manage to write a coherent post that is up to par with my usual stuff. Truth is, I'm terrified that when I do start my program, I'll be writing like an amateur again. I've tried everything that normally helps me -- writing prompts, reading, revising old work. Nothing is working. I'm quite anxious in my day to life, so that might be a reason why I have no motivation to write, let alone sit still. I don't want to take medicine for it because I'm afraid it will alter my creativity, as I've heard happened to some people. But I guess it doesn't matter a whole lot since I'm not producing anything anyway. Usually though, when I've been depressed writing would help me. Now it's starting to feel like a chore I'm forcing myself to do, which is a bad sign for me, because I usually enjoy writing so much. Any advice? I really want to get back into this story I started writing, but I can't tap into the voice, can't manage a coherent sentence.