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Deviant, Disabling, and Distressing: Anxiety, Panic, Nervousnous, ect.

We all get anxious, right? Just like we all get sad. This is why anxiety is probably just as misunderstood as depression, and the two often go hand-in-hand. The thing is, anxiety in an anxiety disorder doesn’t really behave the … Continue reading

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Deviant, Disabling, Distressing: Depression vs Extreme Sadness

Hello Readers! Today is Mental Illness Monday! Okay, it’s just Normal Update Monday but I am going to be talking about a mental illness. Why? Because I want my bachelor’s in Psych to be useful for something! Just kidding – think … Continue reading

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The Five Main Points of Villany: It Could be Anyone

Hello, readers! In case you missed it, this is one in five posts – the last one, to be exact. If you missed the previous posts, Motive, Evil Deeds, Independence, and Antagonists, it’s best if you go back and read … Continue reading

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The Five Main Points of Villainy: Motive

I’m typing these after all because the Five Main Points of Villany are the best way to start off a proper discussion of villains, getting down to the craft a la my own personal advice. They encompass the first questions … Continue reading

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So You Want to Write a Villain: Inspiration

Let’s go ahead and start with something easy. Something that actually has to do with villains that isn’t just a mission statement. Let’s write about some resources, or sources for inspiration. Your first and best resource for overlords is “Peter’s … Continue reading

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