Writing 101, Day Nineteen: Don’t Stop the Rockin’ (Today is a free writing day. Write at least four-hundred words, and once you start typing, don’t stop. No self-editing, no trash-talking, and no second guessing: just go. Bonus points if you tackle an idea you’ve been playing with but think is too silly to post about. Four-hundred words. One at a time. Go.)
I think I’m evolving. Coming out of my cocoon. Thanks to Daily Press for their Write 101 prompts.
Writing about myself and writing in first person is the most difficult thing for me up to now. Now I am finding it interesting.
I’m an introvert basically, right from the childhood. Sharing my thoughts, even with my close friends was very difficult for me. I was always afraid of them laughing at me, making fun of me. My elder sister was the only one with whom I could share something. I found that sharing some part of yourself is not all that bad. It helps actually.
Writing about yourself is like doing an introspection.
Like looking at myself from a distance.
Noticing my good and bad points.
It gives room to rectify bad habits and appreciate the good ones.
When others appreciate my post it gives boost to my self esteem. Some people are like that only. They always need someone’s appreciation to achieve their goal.
Writing for 101 making myself free from negative thoughts about myself.
It’s like my soul is growing, I’m freeing myself from my own shackles of negative complexes.
Whether I publish my post or not just writing it’s like a therapy.
Up to now I used to read others writing . I never thought that I can also write. I’m an
I needed a push and I got one here. I intend to complete all the coming prophets.
( writing four hundred words at a go is just too much, nothing more is coming to my mind.)