How to Keep Your Edge While No Longer Fueling Negativity

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“You think that all that suffering you’re doing is making you a better artist. It isn’t. Drop that shit.”

This was roughly what I was told by an acting teacher after doing a particularly emotional scene. I was profoundly insulted, obviously. It wasn’t like I was an actor, anyway. I was just in the…

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Lost southern boy shooting the breeze. Creativity takes courage, but the creative life is possible. taylorforeman.substack.com

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Taylor Foreman

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Lost southern boy shooting the breeze. Creativity takes courage, but the creative life is possible. taylorforeman.substack.com

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