Hello SE friends, Gwen with you today to tackle a sensitive and complicated topic. With our world turned upside down because of COVID, most of us are unsettled. We think about “things” we’d rather not entertain. Tomorrow used to be a day we planned for, but now it’s a question mark on a calendar. What … Continue reading Writing About the Final Moments of Life
Hello SE friends, Gwen with you today, and together we’re going to travel across the country. Last month I moved from the Midwest to a mountainous area in Arizona. The journey was arduous, but is was also stunningly beautiful. Traveling west, the sun guided the way and as the end of day drew near, the … Continue reading Sunsets: the Writer’s Choice
Hello SE friends. Gwen with you today. You might recall that my last several posts focused on typology and how our unique nature affects our writing style. Whether we’re analytical or fanciful, detailed or vague, or have an introspective or other-centered outlook, our fundamental way of approaching life is present in how we write. This … Continue reading Accompanying the Writer
Hi SE friends! Gwen with you today, and we’re going to explore another element of typology as it relates to writing. You may recall that my prior two posts focused on Extroversion/Introversion and Sensation/Intuition, per the work of Dr. Carl Jung. Today I will continue that journey by focusing on Jung’s two modes of judging … Continue reading Hidden Diversity Among Writers
Hi SE friends! Gwen with you today, and I'll be focusing on why we write as we do. Last month I commented on Extroverts and Introverts, per Dr. Carl Jung's typology. This post will look at the most challenging difference on his scale: Sensing types (who account for 75 percentage of the population) and Intuitive … Continue reading Are you a Sensing or an Intuitive writer?