The critical steps to reignite inspired creativity, growth, and productivity. When the creative workflow gets impeded or stops, it gets labeled by writers as "writer's block." To some, it is a feeling of being stuck in the writing and creative process and unable to begin or complete new writing projects and creations. The underlying causes and contributing factors are many and unique to the individual. Overcoming or investigating obstacles to creative flow and production is usually a worthwhile and vital step to pursue. In doing so, one may open the doors to new learning, find a new direction, and get more in touch with the realities of yourself and the larger context in which you exist and live. The symptoms may be a warning of more profound issues or problems, possibly medical, psychological, or spiritual unique to the individual. Interference in the creative workflow may mean that it is time for a reality check and redirection of one's efforts and a call for re-evaluation or appropriate corrective actions.
The creative person may feel their problems come from lacking fresh ideas, the needed experience, or "natural" talent. Researchers in the past found self-doubt and associated issues. One was the sense of apathy when the writers felt constrained by the conventions expected of writers and struggled to find and keep their creative spirit alive. Another was anger when a writer was too egotistical or vain if their work was unnoticed. Fear and anxiety over not being good enough, worthy, or talented as a writer were also common. The fear of failing with one's inexperience and limitations would sometimes devastate a writer when their work was compared to accomplished writers
What a great article! What you describe is so accurate. Thank you for sharing your thoughts! We all have similar mental struggles.