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3 Steps to Move Past Your Hang Ups

By Therese J. Borchard
Associate Editor

I used to be afraid to write.

Because I knew I would write badly.

I couldn’t commit my words to the page because I was sure I would use the wrong ones not to mention incorrect grammar and punctuation.

I forgot about how much progress I’ve …

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3 Steps to Move Past Your Hang Ups

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  1. Dear Therese:
    Thank you for the encouragement. I always wanted to write books and I started writing in French which is my third language, but I found that English is harder to write than any other language and people are more critical.I hope to write a book someday, like overcoming mental illness, but before I do that I would like to have beyond a masters degree for my book would have more credibility due to the stigma of having had a mental illness.

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