I am happy to announce that this essay won the Positive Writer’s “Overcoming Writer’s Doubt” contest!
When there’s a giant obstacle blocking me from my desk chair, it’s always the same question: Why did I think I could be a writer?
This is Writer’s Doubt: self-sabotage and fear that burrows so deep inside of me, so thoroughly, that I don’t know what’s real and what’s not.
But there’s one thing I do know that’s real, and it’s a moment that I turn to again and again– the moment I saw Michelangelo’s sculptures in Florence, The Unfinished Slaves. [Read More at PositiveWriter.com]