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10 writing truths for reluctant teen writers

by Kim
How can you encourage reluctant teen writers when they feel stuck? What should you tell them when they can't seem to get started writing? What advice can you offer when perfectionism rears its ugly head and they have trouble accepting their own mistakes? Typically, you can't say or

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