Writers are emotional

Philippines
May 29, 2011 4:36am CST
Writing an article or blogs are exciting. Sometimes, in writing you have to be broadminded. We have to be empathetic or sympathetic on what we write. Emotions should be given and having a great piece. Writers are delicate and they know and they should know the reality and credibility of what they write.
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@Arkine (216)
• United States
29 May 11
Yep, it's part of the reason why writers actually have a bad reputation. There are a lot out there that will not accept any constructive criticism, and fewer still that can shrug off poor reviews or comments. Writers have a tendency to get down right mean when defending their work. This is often because they refuse to see another point of view. I'm also speaking mostly about novel writers, article writers are normally a bit more "down to earth" and can take criticism better ... most of the time. Still it is exciting, and emotional to write and have people read our work, but there is always that fear that someone won't like it. We seem to forget, at times, that you can't please everyone--a lesson that we really should keep in mind because tough reviews will eventually happen to everyone. ;)
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• Philippines
29 May 11
My teacher tells me you can't be a writer if you can't really feel what you're writing. What's a writer if she's apathetic? She forgets to be observant and becomes a self-righteous person.
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• Philippines
29 May 11
im not a professional writer but i do love writing small articles about stuff im into. especially those that deals with the mind and spirit. and yeah writers are emotional, they dont only write with their brain, they access also their hearts and this combo allows them to write beautiful stories, interesting articles, memorable pieces.
@beamer88 (4268)
• Philippines
29 May 11
Yeah, I've noticed that with writers. I guess they need to be attuned to their emotions to come up with great articles, quite similar to any artist. I mean, I view writers as artists, too.
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@Cutie18f (9563)
• Philippines
29 May 11
It is true. Writers are generally very sensitive people. Their emotions as well as their minds interplay to be able to create a work of art.
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@sanijas83 (271)
• Latvia
15 Jun 11
When it is impossible to express my emotions in my real life, I try to find my comfort, consolation, express myself in writing. I like to write about my experience, observations, or imagine situations. If I am not a very sociable person, it is easier for me to have my say in a written way.
@didi13 (2927)
• Romania
5 Jun 11
Why write? We write because we can sometimes we need others to read rows of politeness or curiosity. We write for our peace of mind and joy to readers. We write because we are sad. We write because we have treated the scent of happiness. We write because we love and because we feel the need to tell the world what form their stars. We write because we need words when emotions accumulate, gather in our hearts. Written that inspire ideas, and we need to tell someone. We write because we are confident that when we can not write, will not remain single, but we have with our words, laid on a sheet of paper. We write because we believe too many, we want to believe, putting the whole world ...
@mEisky (825)
• Philippines
31 May 11
Well that's because emotions are the great keys to have a better compositions. Without the use of getting too emotional, you'll find yourself having a hard time to make a good one :) HAPPY MYLOTTING!