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As I sit here I can think of few things in life more intimidating than staring at a blank computer screen with the cursor blinking in your face How can I come up with the most catchy title or most creative approach to a school essay How can I avoid boring my teacher to death with the exact same facts and general ideas that every other student in my English class is going to present These are for me the most difficult aspects of writing for an assigned subjectI dont mind writing for myself When I write for myself I dont feel forced or intimidated The words flow freely from my pen or the keyboard whatever the case may be For instance when I email I cant type fast enough to convey my thoughts When I write in my journal my hands begin to ache to keep up with the intense flow of the thoughts streaming from my brain as I rush to get them down and onto paper However when it comes time to sit down and expand on an idea or topic that I am instructed to huge barriers go up and I am confronted with a severe case of writers blockIt all began when I was in kindergarten as I was desperately trying to neatly make my letters fit in the two solid blue lines and stretch up to the dotted blue line that lay between them I practiced writing two three and four letter words that began with the letter-of-the-day under the close supervision of Mrs Ladron my teacher I eventually learned to write threesentence stories then haiku poetry then short stories that included organized paragraphs I enjoyed the encouraged creativity and especially liked making up people and the scenarios in which they were involved Writing was funThe time that I spent writing in school that I had once enjoyed all too quickly became
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