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Make a list of 5 things you’re afraid to write about

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Make a list of 5 things you’re afraid to write about.

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  1. Breast cancer. because the modern woman don’t want to breast feed their babies. They are too pre-occupied with shape and looks.The milk left behind,causes cancer and the experts wouldn’t tell the world, because the Cancer eradication business is a big multi-million dollar business.

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  2. I feared writings five things. Precisely they are (i) About me. (ii) Cruel instinctive intentions (iii) Prediction over futures (negative predictions) (iv) My love (v) My past.

    I have culminated my fear today and I have written about them in my diary. At least, I can watch the diary and this is not buried secret of my heart. )

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  3. Ooh this is a good one…I would have to say
    1. my insecurities 2. potential marriage 3. family frustruations 4. facing the past 5. bills (because they’re adding up being unemployed)

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  4. I am a fearless writer. I fear nothing.

    Except these five things.

    – What actually happens in my life, instead of the carefully constructed facade I present to the world.
    – A broken jaw, because it is the one injury I fear in real life, and I don’t want to give the evil spirits any ideas.
    – Animal cruelty. I don’t want to think about it.
    – Graphic sex scenes. Afraid of this mainly because I don’t want anyone I know reading it and thinking, “Okay, this is what she’s into, I am rather disturbed by that.”
    – Rugby. Because I don’t understand it, and this post needed something humorous.

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    1. Interesting. I wouldn’t have thought about graphic scenes, but it is right on. I could never write about anything in so vulgar a way.

      But rugby is simple to understand. It’s a bunch of beefy guys getting sweaty together, cuddling…er…huddling, and groping for their b…no, wait, that should be *the* ball in the hopes of scoring.

      (My) Silliness aside, I like your reply. It’s quite thoughtful.
      Thanks for sharing your ideas fearlessly.

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  5. 43,560 cubic feet of invasive water.
    Frequent incursions by the country Afghanistan.
    Redundant disk arrays requiring measurements in attofarads.
    Afrikaans wielding bug spray.
    Internal instability in old and weak rope.
    Deliberately writing 6 items to lists asking for . . . oops.

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  6. That’s an interesting thing to think about…it’s hard to write about things that aren’t popular…or not “politically correct”…things that you believe to be true in the Bible and that the Word is the inspired Word of God…and true and means what it says.

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  7. 5 things I’m afraid to write about:
    1. Stuff I don’t know much about
    2. Statistics
    3. “Confidential” information
    4. Medical/Chemical stuff
    5. Spirituality

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  8. 1. Family/personal stuff
    2. Hot button topics (current event issues and over all controversies)
    3. Things I’m passionate about but don’t have all the facts on
    4. Things that make me angry but I want to vent about
    5. Stupid people that sometimes include me.

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  9. Five things I can’t write about are: 1. Emotional Healing, 2. About a wayward child, 3.People who make snap decisions, when those decisions depend on other people to get them implemented 4.Living Christ Like 5. People who don’t honor their commitments

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  10. 5 things I am afraid to write about are :
    1. Very personal heartbreaking events in my life
    2. Writing under my real name
    3. Telling my friends/family that I write (blog) in fear of what they may think
    4. Current political or social events I lack knowledge on
    5. Technical or very long research papers….

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    1. Hi Sunshine

      I hated research papers in High School. Bored the tears out of me! As far as writing a blog, they don’t have to know. If someone wants to know, be general about it. Say you’re an online writer. My mom thinks I should try to sell my online writing, but I’m just not into dealing with the publishing politics. Anyway, if they respect you, your friends and family will either respect the CONSTRUCTIVE use of your time or it’s not worth the bother to tell them much else.

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  11. I’m not afraid of anything ๐Ÿ™‚ …except being alone in really deep, ice cold black water at night miles away from land or any chance of rescue.

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  12. Make a list of 5 things youโ€™re afraid to write about

    Simple topic but kinda bit difficult to answer…
    1. My secrets
    2. Things that might offend other people
    3. Topics that I don’t have enough knowledge
    4. Embarrassing things that I did
    5. My sinful desires

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  13. I’m afraid to write about my brother. He is an alcoholic, and I want to write in order to educate myself and anybody willing to read my research on this subject. The reason that I am afraid to write about him/alcoholism is because I fear that I will be a hypocrite. I personally do not fit the criteria for substance abuse or substance dependence, but I use alcohol in certain social situations as a coping mechanism. I am no better than him.

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  14. Things I’m afraid to write about…for one I would not be writing about things on which I don’t have first hand knowledge about..I’m afraid people might ask me and I don’t have the conviction to defend it..I will sound untrue. Second,I am afraid to write about ghost or horror stories. Gives me the chills. I won’t be able to finish writing it..Third, I am afraid to write about government issues..I don’t want to take sides. Who is right anyway?What matters is what I stand for and how in my little way I can make my community a better place to live in.Fourth, is about Disease Treatments..I have lost my Dad to Cancer,Diabetes and complications to the Kidneys and lungs. I had hoped for him to live longer but I think if it’s time to go..then time can only say..I don’t want to give hope to people when things will suddenly turn out differently..Lastly, I am afraid to write about my Death.. I know that I still have so much to live for..myself and my family..that ideas about my end is unthinkable. I just love life so much and I thank God for giving me this life!

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