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How Labeling Ourselves and Others Can Impede Our Mastery

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I used to think all descriptions longer than one line were annoying. In the books I read, I wanted to skip them, while at the same time making myself read them and victimizing myself that I had to do this. In writing, I tried to skip them too. And more than that, an idea formed in my mind, I am not able to write descriptions.




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Victoria Ichizli-Bartels

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