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Archived article by James Doherty

Prevention is the best cure for Writer’s block. One should not simply keep on writing though he knows the dialogue for the characters or even the next scene. But if the prevention method for the cure for Writer’s block fails then it is better to forget about the play that the writer is writing. Some new characters should be picked up which has no connection to the play. Odds will generate the urge to go on from where one can hit the bull’s eye.

Some cure for Writer’s block are mentioned below.

One best cure for Writer’s block is not to have a Suspense Plot. Suspense Plots are created just for a tiny fraction in the script. That’s why all the troubles are created.

Suspense plots keep the audience with the writer’s story and concentrate on the emotional consequences of the Suspense Plot's events. This cure for Writer’s block also validates the wave of the emotional conflict so as to make the audience understands why something is happening.

Emotional Plots deal with the -- usually the events forming. The basis of the Suspense Plot are the emotional consequences of events (cure for Writer’s block). Though they take up most of the play, they're simple to describe. So the cure for the writer’s block is to use up the Suspense plots quickly.

Letting Dramatic Conflict (cure for Writer’s block) drain away is another method for the cure for Writer’s block. This cure for Writer’s block usually is the result of loosing the Suspense Plot in the scene. Dramatic Conflict (cure for Writer’s block) comes from a much deeper vein, rooted in the association of the main characters. It's (cure for Writer’s block) driven by fundamentally opposing desires. It (cure for Writer’s block) happens only when each character has a risk in the outcome. The risk may be getting bored with the characters or losing interest in the story for cure for Writer’s block.

Something stored in the subconscious mind refuses to let the story flow. Thus the writer becomes aware while doing cure for Writer’s block that there's a mistake in the story. Whether it may be in the time frame, the character description or the storyline. Subconsciously the writer is aware of the mistake while doing cure for Writer’s block, but don’t correct it until the text is read again.

Correcting the error(cure for Writer’s block) means changing facts in the pages that has been already written since then. So the writers let it as it is. This (cure for Writer’s block) thing repeatedly happens if the writer is not satisfied with the flow of the story but still refuse to make changes. In that case the writer stops writing until the plot's corrected as a cure for Writer’s block.

The only 100% guaranteed and indisputable cure for Writer’s block is Vomiting. Cure for Writer’s block(vomiting) refers that sometimes the writer need to absolutely ignore the criticism and write whatever comes to his mind about the topic. If the critic tries to judge and criticize any of it, write to write twice as fast until the critic shuts up. Following the above-mentioned way as the cure for Writer’s block will definitely help the writer to write one terrible scene after another. And if the writer writes long enough, he may even come up with some lines that he can use to cure for Writer’s block. But if this way of cure for Writer’s block doesn’t, help, still one have to practice this exercise of vomiting (cure for Writer’s block).
 

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