Some time ago I saw the wikipedia page for high-functioning alcoholics. Now, before assumptions are made, I am fascinated by wikipedia, and all its pages, and for certain reasons I found this. I then...
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If you're like me and a few other people that I polled, this is so on point that it's scary.
I've built my art career around creativity. I'm not referring to the creativity of my art but more about how I approach things. I'm a strong believer that if you do what everyone else has done, you will have what everyone else has.
' (...) evidence from psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscience suggests that when students multitask while doing schoolwork, their learning is far spottier and shallower than if the work had their full attention.'...
Why we get stuck If you’re creatively stuck then you’re not working. That’s all there is too it. No matter the type of creative block you’re suffering from – writer’s block, artist’s block, thinking...
There's little doubt that trauma can be immensely painful, often leaving deep emotional and psychological scars long after the stressful experience has passed. But can there be a silver lining for creativity?
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