Category Archives: Character Psychology

Should Your Main Character be Linear or Holistic?

Every Main Character should have a Problem-Solving Style.  Whether your Main Character is a horse, a house, a person, or an alien, the audience will not be able to empathize with it unless that character possesses a Linear or Holistic … Continue reading

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John Muir and the Poodle People

My latest video on narrative psychology…

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Characters – Introduction to “Blind Spot”

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Overcoming Habits

Useful for characters, writers and anyone: It is extremely difficult to overcome a habit in one’s mind before one acts upon it. Those who try to change engage in a terrible inner fight in the internal realm. Further, whenever one … Continue reading

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