Many writers struggle with perfectionism in writing, and while some writers understand that perfectionism is linked to fear, they don’t understand how to take steps to move past it.
Perfectionism is one of the most difficult creative blocks to manage, because many perfectionistic tendencies are the result of unconscious coping mechanisms writers adopt early in life in response to trauma.
This workshop is for those writers who struggle with perfectionism, and who want to heal the anxiety they feel about possibly not being “perfect” in order to move forward with living a more creatively fulfilled life.
Are afraid to start writing anything, or are currently not writing at all.
Start a lot of writing projects but finish very little.
Constantly feel like an imposter or a fraud.
Frequently hear the voice of your inner critic when writing.
Feel shame about your writing and like you are a “failure” as a writer.
This is a virtual workshop on Zoom happening on:
Saturday Nov 11 from 1:00pm – 2:30 pm EST
Working with the fear of criticism
Conquering comparison syndrome
Acknowledging the trauma that fuels the perfectionism problem
Beginning the healing process and moving forward
Infusing your writing process with curiosity, play, and love
Using intuition in your writing process
This workshop will be recorded and made available for streaming after the event.
Registrants get lifetime access to the recording.
**Registration for this workshop has ended.**