Or is it because, when you sit down to write, nothing comes out right? It isn't as good as you imagined it would be in your mind.
Every perfect recipe has the right amount of ingredients; but if you change one little thing, does it really turn out for the worse? Not always. Sometimes, it turns out for the better. What happens when you add a little chili powder to your spaghetti sauce? It adds a little spice.
My point is this, your first draft, and even your second draft, doesn't have to be perfect. When the words don't flow just right, in your opinion, keep writing. Keep your fingers tapping the keyboard. Get everything down and do NOT hit the "Delete" key. The objective here is to write your first rough draft.
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