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Emotional Writer - thoughts?



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Emotional Writer - thoughts?

The events that happen to us, the environment we live in, your current situation, and other factors can reflect in our writing. It may be bring a positive and negative effect to ones writing. Strong powerful emotions always almost brings out the creativity in us. We are often surprise at the things we can do or produce when affected by happiness or sadness. If not for the intense love for someone, can love poems and love letters exist? Will it be the same if it was written by someone who researched on love but have not felt love before?

This certainly gives out questions of how do newspaper writers make themselves bias when writing about a politician that they don't like. How can a publisher promote an author who they do not believe in? Is it hard for journalist to show the rotten truth about a place where they grew up in? Can we really believe in the reviews made by other authors about a book?

Is writing a certain space you go to, leaving out all the noise?

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amelia88

I think emotion in writing can be a really good thing - it helps you connect with your audience. But in some situations, where writers should be reporting without bias, I think it can be hard...you often see emotion creeping into articles even when the writer should be keeping it neutral. So I guess it really comes down to the content and what kind of writing it is.



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Chinet23

I totally agree. Emotions make our writings more human and that makes us connect with our readers. It adds value to our writing. But as you've mentioned it depends on what the content is, whether it's applicable or not. If it is something that needs to be factual or straightforward, then we can't put in our own insight on the subject. The problem is sometimes because of emotions, some people can twist facts and make them appear they're the truth and mislead others.



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NesMarcos

I would have to agree with you on this. Emotion is a need in writing something. Readers can feel what you have written in the way on how you actually expressed it. Let the readers feel they are in the scene where you want them to be. Readers will more appreciate your work if they will feel you.



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Youngshark

It is actually said that some of the best writers are heavily plagued by emotions. I mean just like all handy and talented individuals it is completely difficult to let their feelings out through other channels except through art.



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jeffreyjose48

i think emotional writers are those people who are full of emotions in writing. They are very passionate in writing. They love writing very much. You can feel them. You know if they are happy or not through their write ups.

I love emotional writers as they express their emotions in their writings. Just like in love letters. These letters are full of emotions. There are those who preserve these letters still. Emotions can still be felt through those letters.



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NesMarcos

People express their emotions in different ways. It can be expressed through actions, words, arts and even in writings. Most writers are indeed emotional. They express their emotions through writing because freedom is there.



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jeffreyjose48

Yes! Changes in our situations or environment can affect emotional writers. Emotional writers are great writers using their emotional skills. I am deeply moved by emotional writes. They can make me cry and laugh with their emotional writings.



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stbrians

Emotion is what we feel. News can easily be felt if it is emotional. It is so with blog writing too.

I have been watching news of a girl who braved a fire infernal to save a mother and child. She escaped with her life but with burns all over.



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theresajane

I agree with you. When the writer is too engaged with what he's writing, the audience will feel it. Also, with his emotions, it can be surely felt and move people. Being emotional is also a good thing.



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Gilgamesh

For me manupulating the written aspect can really be done even if we not believe in it or experienced it but surely it will be lack in emotion. The truth will persevere and will unveil itself sooner so even it is effective righr now we can't guarantee that it will last.



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Corzhens

When it comes to journalist particularly the writers in the newspapers, you have to shed off your bias in politics because the oath of journalists is to be neutral in all issues. That is why some writers refuse to write about a political figure that they hate or love because their bias will surely show in their writing. It is not difficult to learn neutral writing. All you need to do is to look at things on a plane like they are not connected to you.



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amelia88

I think it's very admirable if a journalist says they won't write about a particular political figure because they're worried their bias would creep in. Sometimes avoiding bias is really hard, so to be aware of that and to say that they don't want to write a piece because their bias might be evident is important.



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bachiekins

I salute honest ones that refuses or chooses to step down just to prevent being biased. Principle is getting harder to get by. As we are, to be honest, mostly money driven, tend to accept and keep our eyes close in what we truly believe is right.



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Wenkx03

I agree, journalist nowadays always have their one-sided reports. Specially in a political news. It's hard to say but there's journalist who are getting paid for to report fake news.



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NesMarcos

I would have to agree with you especially on the matter of journalism. Some journalists do not really know how important neutral writing is. Needless to say, no matter how much they try to practice it, their bias still shows.



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NerdIndeed

I believe you are from the Philippines and to be honest, it will not happen. Journalists are ambassadors of their respective newspapers, and they have to write for their clients. They will and will always be biased ten out of ten and will never be neutral on specific issues especially politics.



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Chinet23

Unfortunately, that has been the trend for quite some time now. Biased journalism has been rampant in our country. We can really see how divided we have been by all those sentiments coming from both sides of the fence in our government.



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NerdIndeed

True, but the great thing about what's happening right now in this digital day and age is everyone gets to share their thoughts online thanks to social media. Compared to before where the only ones who have the power to influence the public are those working for broadcasting companies like ABS-CBN and such.



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Chinet23

It's actually like a double-edged sword. There's good and bad whenever people are given freedom to share their thoughts on social media. Some of the bad things are the bickering and trolling on social media. Often, when it comes to political beliefs, they get caught up with their emotions.



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NerdIndeed

Correct, but as a tax-paying citizen of a country, it's their right. Freedom of speech is always a good thing, it's entirely up to the individual if he/she would believe what she sees and read. Beyond that, it's way out of one's control.



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Chinet23

The most we can do I think is a reminder that freedom of expression comes with responsibility but constant reminder is somehow restricting their right in one way or another. If this is the case, it will no longer be freedom of expression, if you know what I mean. You're correct it's everyone's right and the only thing we can do is to respect people's opinion and have a sound judgment to believe whether it's true or not.



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NerdIndeed

You make a good point by saying that it should come with responsibility. However, let's say you're the one to come up with the rules, How will you define them? If it's derogatory and destroys the image of oneself or a brand, would that be flagged as an infraction? What if the other side is only telling the truth?



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Chinet23

We cannot remind people all the time about their responsibility because as I've mentioned that's one form of restriction. Much more if we set rules. We have the freedom to tell the truth and I think it's actually a good thing to do. However, for some sensitive issues, standing for the truth might backfire and that's where holding your ground and being responsible for your actions come into play. Being responsible is relative to each person and we have different interpretation of what that means while some people just don't care at all about it.



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NerdIndeed

I understand your point. Then I guess we can both agree that regarding politics, everyone can freely stand up for what they believe in and have their voices be heard. Whether true or not, the bottom line is that they should be held accountable and responsible for their own personal statements and actions. Fair enough?



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jeffreyjose48

Yes! That's right. I am from the Philippines also. There are paid journalists. They will criticize somebody in their writings because they are paid to do so.

This should not be. True service to the people is not biased. They should report the facts of both sides. They should not take one side of the story only. They should get the whole picture.



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NerdIndeed

I agree with you. Both sides of the story should come into consideration when writing or reporting about an issue. However, regarding politics per se, when the article gets to the editor, he considers a lot of factors especially if it will sell. Remember, they are not writing the article for free, it should make an impact and somehow make money.



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Youngshark

Ooooh yeeah if you are writting on issues that have a very huge public importance it is always important to keep your feelings in check. They need facts that are not doctored or biased and the improper handling of such a situation can be taken negatively by the public.



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mitan143

It will actually be a good part on your piece, because I believe most people nowadays are much into relatable situations. But I think you shouldn't put exaggeration on the emotional part because the readers will just find it annoying and boring. I think people are more interested with real life scenarios based on real experiences, humanity on some situations that people tend to care less, sufferings and sacrifices turned into a beautiful fruit, being a hero, appreciating individual's profession in life for example being a mother, etc. These are just what I think is common when it comes to emotional writing, but if you put your heart on it then it will be successful as long as you convey the real message of your story to your readers successfully.



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bachiekins

I'm trying to balance it out. I sometimes blame it on hormones when I am too emotional on writing a piece. I truly agree on your point regarding the readers interest in real life scenarios. I try to put as much research and feelings into any written product. Hopefully I can convey my purpose and make the reader get information and also receive the emotion I was aiming for. Thank you!



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jeffreyjose48

I agree with you. We were taught in one of our class in mass communications, sharing your personal experiences is very powerful. It can touch people's lives. Nobody can question your own personal experience in life.



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Chinet23

I agree that anything that was delivered into an extreme will not yield the result or objective you want to reach. When it comes to emotion, if it was done in exaggeration, people will feel that you're not being sincere and genuine. There is also a tendency that you can bore them out. Some emotional piece may be effective to a limited few so to be safe and to be able to reach wider audience you have to keep your emotions in your writing in check. Or maybe you can pull it off through some writing style or technique.



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esteban123

I really believe that emotions has something to do with our writings. If we are not in a good mood, then we might not be motivated to write anything that we like. But when we are in a positive mindset then our creativity is being used to write things that we want. Sometimes our emotions dictates our writings. If we hated someone then probably we would write something that is against that person while praising it if we are in good feelings in it.



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ballyhara

Agree. Depending on your emotions, you will feel inspired or not, to write and maybe share your feelings. Most of the well known writers, have based their famous books, in their day by day living. So, obviously you can connect to that writer and book, through the emotions he makes you feel, because you have been there too, and you relieve that moment again.



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NesMarcos

Writing is not an easy thing to do. There are some kinds of writings that can be great for some but a total mess for other people. For writings to be considered great, they should be totally understood by the readers, the emotion you want them to feel and the message you want them to receive. In the part of biased journalism, I would have to agree with you that it is absolutely hard for the writers and authors to give the right message or report if they do not and never experienced it. They really can't write something either good or bad to someone they do not basically know what the real background is. Needless to say, we can consider that as part of their jobs.



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amelia88

That's a really good point - certain writing styles really suit certain writers. Not everyone is going to be able to convey emotion in the same way, especially when it comes to different topics, and if a person hasn't experienced a particular life situation they're going to struggle with putting emotion into their writing.



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superlicca

I know that experience is great when it comes to writing an article. Since you can relate, you will be able to express all of your emotions. You will have a lot of things to say that can touch other's lives. But I think that some people can also write about others experience and can express their thoughts effectively without having to experience it. Their imagination and creative mind can take them far. Just like me, I don't have to experience a certain thing to write something about it.



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Chinet23

Writing about other people's experiences is possible but of course, writing from your own first-hand experience I think is more effective and will carry more emotion. But it also has to do how it was written, on how it will have an impact on readers. Maybe it has something to do with the choice of words, the tone, and the style it was written. Emotional writing is really effective when it comes to experiences but when it comes to current social concern or issues, we also need to be careful about it because we might offend other people sensitivities.



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NesMarcos

I would have to agree with you on this. Writing from our experience is more effective than writing about others experiences. Basically, it caters our hearts, mind and our own feelings. Nonetheless, it depends on how we express and on how it impacted the readers. Making them feel and bringing them to the scene will make a better touch.



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ajahcuizon

I believe that emotions are really a great factor of a good content . It really affects our way of writing since emotions affects the mind. We could let our reader to feel the same way we feel as we write that certain content. As other people said, "Put your heart into it, and you can touch the souls of the other people." I really believe that creating a content that has been affected by a certain emotion is as good as the technical ones. Even though some people are still able to promote or review other content that they don't like, they can still create a good content out of it and can still influence reader's minds because an emotion that could invite his readers to read that certain content.



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rlpzbeermoney

I think it takes skill to actually convey emotions in your writing and it's not necessarily a bad thing. The reason we write is so we can convey our ideas and feelings to the readers. Our writing is influenced by the things that happen in our life. It's not a bad thing to do so. Putting what you're currently feeling or being influenced by a tragic life moment for example, makes good writing.



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NesMarcos

I could not disagree anymore. It is true that our writing is influenced by the things that happened in our lives. Writing from our hearts, and expressing how we felt on some experiences will make a better writing. It will definitely touch the reader's heart because we know how it felt so we can basically let them feel the emotions we had when we experienced it.



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mdayrit

In my opinion, being an emotional writer can actually help you write good contents. I think it will not be hard for a writer to find ideas to write about as well as finish an article if he/ she is very much into the topic. Expressing what you feel through writing can produce a very natural content that readers can relate to.



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Corzhens

I agree that your emotion can drive your writing to greater heights. But that is only for fiction writing because emotions are usually needed when you are writing a fiction story. I know of a writer who would not submit her story until she would cry when reviewing what she had written. She said that if her story could not make her cry then that means there is no emotion involved. Those insights from veteran writers can help newcomers when they get serious with writing. And although I am not a fiction writer, I still keep in mind those things I have read about good writing techniques.



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coolavender

Honestly, I can't relate with the so-called emotional writer. I'm not a creative writer and when I look back at the types of writing projects I've completed, none of them would have been better or worse if I had any sort of intense emotions going on at the time of writing. What I do understand is that if you are a professional journalist, you should be neutral to be effective and true to your profession. Similarly, if you are a professional writer, you must be on top of your moods because you have to deliver your work on time in the expected quality.



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jaymish3

I would argue that any writing that does not portray emotion is not the best writing. I think emotional writing is the best writing because people react to it. If your writing is dry and draws no emotion from an audience you are likely to not have or keep an audience. The best writers use their emotions to guide their writing and have a huge following because of it. Good examples are J.K Rowlings.



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ballyhara

Exactly, is the reaction of the reader, what eventually will make that book a piece of art. Because when you read a book, that doesn't inspire you anything, what do you do think about it? What happened to this writer? And to be able to do that, to inspire people, the writer have to express his/her feelings, and it has to be honest and sincere about them.



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VintageRose

I think emotion is a fundamental part of what writing is all about, and that's what separates 'writers' from 'people that just happen to write'. Writing isn't just putting words together, it involves a complex process where you reflect thoughts, ideas, and emotions upon your style, transmitting your own knowledge, points of view and criteria. This is incredibly useful when it comes to creative writing, but it's a handicap during technical articles or, even worse, news articles that are supposed to be neutral.

I think everyone should be aware that no news articles nor technical essays are truly neutral, and that's because no one ever is. This is not something to criticize; neutrality cannot be sought because it's impossible to achieve in writing, which is why we rely on the identification of sources (both primary and secondary) to assure that we know where the information comes from, the context behind it, and how we can look at it from a different angle.



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Aeolos

Books that made you cry, laugh or fall in love are hard to forget books. It is hard for me to put emotions into words and I strongly admire those writers that could make feel emotions in their works. Journalist are taught to become neutral with their articles. However, authors like Nicholas Sparks are good with expressing emotions with words that impossible not to shed a tear in one of his books.



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Chinet23

Effective writing also means being able to connect and touch our emotions. Even if the topic is something you can't relate to and finding yourself as if you're in that situation really means that the writer was successful in his or her objectives. I think if the plot or topic is similar to your experience it would be easier for the writer to connect with you but if it's not but you still got captivated by it, then the writer did an awesome job.



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superlicca

Writing from your own experience is great since you get to express your thoughts and ideas with full of emotions. But sometimes this is helpful depending on the situation. If you are a journalist, emotions and own experience should not overpower your content. You might throw words at someone that is very offensive or you might be exaggerated. You need to weigh the situation and express your thoughts in the most respectful way.



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NerdIndeed

It is the sad truth about today's society in the field of journalism. It is a fact that a journalist is an ambassador of their respective companies, so most of the time they write things in favor of clients they have. In all honesty, I never dreamt of becoming one, if I would get paid for my influence in exchange for money, no thanks, it has to be beyond that. That is not how I want to make a living.



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Kakashi2020

Sometimes when writing about a serious or sensitive topic I get carried away by my emotions and or my beliefs. This pertains to mostly political and religious topics or subjects. It's quite hard sometimes to become apolitical or to stay clear of what I believe in. I do admit that sometimes I'm a biased writer.



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NesMarcos

I would have to agree with you. It is indeed hard to be not a biased writer especially if it contradicts our own beliefs. Needless to say, it is definitely hard to practice neutral writing when it comes to politics or religion but it is possible.



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Chinet23

I also have the tendency to become too passionate or too intense relating to political or religious matters. These are the topics I tried to avoid face to face for the fear that it might lead to a heated argument. When I do write about these things. I only share it to a few selected people.



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esteban123

Emotions has really a big factor in our writings since it can help us to easily write things that we want. A writer without emotions could not have a good writings since he/she is not motivated to do it. Most of the time he/she will just do it for the sake of compliance and for money only, not giving weight on the feeling of those people that could read those written articles.



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stbrians

Emotions do really play a big role in what we write. Experience, location and educational background matter too.

You write your thoughts. Even though you research but it is un your preferred areas. It us only news that might be different.



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jayjaydimson

I agree with this kind of writer because you can easily get the readers emotion, if your story or your article is heart touching.



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Barida

Making your articles to be heart touching is nice as this is one way that you can be able to get the writers to feel a soft spot about the point of discussion in the article. Such works such as it regards unemployment and the rest can make use of this type of writing.



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esteban123

Sometimes emotions give us some bias judgement in writing because we tend to favor what we feel without looking first on all the information that is available. We tend to write bad things about a certain people even though we know that he/she is doing a great job just because of the emotions that we feel especially if we are not in good terms to a certain individual.



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Barida

You are going to find a balance when you are putting up words especially as it regards writing about feelings and the series of events that take place around us. When you are able to stair up emotions in your readers is the best way that you are going to push them to do something about a particular situation in life.



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beerthooyah

If you have no emotions then you cannot write. Having an emotion is an important ingredient in writing. However, there are some fields where emotions must be supressed to be able to give unbiased views on an article specifically on journalism. Its where you must write based on all the gathered data and information.



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jayjaydimson

I really love emotional writings, and it really gets me because I only have a soft heart. So I can easily get cry when I am reading an emotional story.



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romyter013

I agree more that when you place your emotion while writing on your article its really easy to all readers to feel what you really want them to understand to. They get to know already if you are happy, in sorrow, scared, agreeing to someone's side - you can actually feel it by how you compose your writings.



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esteban123

I think emotional writers are the great writers because they know how to capture the hearts of the readers in just a glimpse of their writings. It is really good to put some emotions on our writings so that readers wiil feel and really understand what a certain article is all about. Emotions will really help us to get in touch to what we are reading and conveys what it want to say to us.



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esteban123

Emotions can give us different reaction in our writing, sometimes it will help us to be motivated to write great articles on our own while sometimes we may feel bored doing it and just lay down and relax for a while. Emotions really affects the way how we think to certain things and even our actions are being influenced by it.



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Martinsx1

Before becoming a journalist and being placed to write for the media houses, you must have the ability to cut off all your emotions from your writing because this is the only way to avoid and prevent getting biased with your writing. Our emotions seems to get the better of us especially when the subject is something that affects the writer.



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anchoreztin

During my college years, I was assigned to the entertainment section of the official publication of our university. I wanted to write in the news section bit our editorial in chief believes that I will do well in the entertainment section than in news writing. At first I was disappointed because it is not my preference. I wanted to be trained as a news writer. But after two years of being in the entertainment section, the school trained me in emotional writer. Now I was able to use it to my freelance job.



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edencaga

Emotions really gives writers and authors a great impact in writing stories or content. This serves as an inspiration and they can deeply feel their writings since they already experience it. Sometimes writers or authors based there writings thru their own life stories and what they have see from those perspective around them. That's why among writers, they travel from place to place as they need to absorb and observe right information from actual events and experience that will put on their content or topic later on.



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HappyLady

Creativity is often unleashed after a trauma that changes you. I began to write more than I ever did before a trauma in my life and my sister, always a good painter became a professional artist once healed of cancer. Certainly, there is something "emotional" in our creativity. I write mostly out of experience so my emotions have to factor in.

It is easier to promote where you identify, so I would avoid any person wanting to promote me where I could not feel any connection. I just do not think they would see my audience as I do and they may minimise or place the writing in the wrong environment. They cannot see what we see.

I like to see what the writer sees. I expect that of a written piece. That is its job, to provoke my mind into seeing what the words say. I need not just to have a picture of the sea but to hear it too. I need to know if I should feel sad, happy, elated or an air of impending doom. If words stay flat on a page, then they have no power. Words without some kind of emotion are merely patterns on a page. I do not think writing works with no emotion, even if it is only to get me to buy washing up liquid. You have in some way, to feel them.



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Martinsx1

Normally, any media house or newspapers and magazines firms are supposed to report any news without any singe bias and with utmost objectivity. But in our world today where the government desires to control and influence any actions and duties of the media houses, this have killed news objectivity. So, I wouldn't blame any private media house that target corrupt politicians and be very bias with their reports about the politicians.



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esteban123

Sometimes emotions is becoming the hindrance to tell the truth especially if we are in a news article. We sometimes followed our emotions because we are greatly affected by it. No matter how good the reporter is if he/she will just be dictated by emotions then surely it will not succeed or would result to a better outcome.



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cmoneyspinner

Writing has to be a “space” I go to because there are so many people in the apartment where I live. I have to be able to block all outside noises and distractions and focus on getting my writing job done. I have to be able to bounce back and get back into my writing, after constant interruptions too!



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jetselle

I think being emotional writer are very substantiative and inspiring. It looks i'm forever reproof alternative writers regarding worry vulnerability and regarding what aspects of our humanity to reveal. however in my expertise, regardless of however deep i am going, it perpetually looks to serve someone and also the vulnerability was well definitely worth the risk. I’m undecided I might write the other manner anyway. Great disscusion anyway!



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jaymish3

I think that emotion is really important. This is what defines us from robots. That's why Mark Cuban one of the entrepreneurs on shark says that artificial intelligence will take over a lot of jobs but the jobs that will remain available are those that require human analysis. That a machine can never successfully do. Putting some emotion in your writing is what makes the difference between your writing and machines and your writing another persons.



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ajahcuizon

I agree. That is our advantage from robots. We can share our emotions and feelings with our readers in which machines will never be able to do. Since we are now in a advancing technology generation, machines are now taking some of our jobs. But one thing is for sure that they will not be able to conquer, our ability to empathize other people's feelings.



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theresajane

I actually love reading your thoughts about the topic. It is not only about the authors' emotions in general. I am also reading a lot of insights from readers who love to connect with the writer through emotions. Your emotions can be seen through your opinions and it's a nice thing for "writers" to "read".



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jpk0007

I think that writing is an art. Like any other artist, a writer has to feel emotions in order to express them effectively through his words. If a writer does not put his emotions in his work then he wouldn't be able to make an impact on his audience.

The journalists who write and misrepresent facts are not true to there profession. Fake news and paid news has become rampant these days. I think making quick Money has corrupted such individuals. Writers need to be true to there art and there profession. This will ensure there longevity and also make them successful.



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MomoStarr16

Emotional writers are sometimes people who have a very painful experience. They are the ones who face a lot of problems or things that really shake their life. They are the one who had lots of things to express because of their experiences. And yes writing is a big space for those kind of person who like to escape the noisy world. Being a writer is somewhat an escape.



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Kakashi2020

Emotions in writing can help be helpful, as they say pieces done without emotions has no soul and ends up being dull. I tend to like and use happy emotions in my writing, I like writing light and somewhat upbeat stuff.



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jayjaydimson

I love reading emotional articles because it really touches my heart, and it makes me feel aware of how to deal with that kind of thing.



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emiaj55

Emotions is what evokes creativity within writers. Emotions is what we communicate when we do artistic writings. But artistic writings should always be different from research and fact finding. Well, they shoul have really been train for that, since they are called "Professional Journalist". But sad to say, it seems that a lot of news companies from where I come from seems to verly dramatize every news report that they make. It is sounding more and more of a propaganda. But that is why peole should not always believe in what they are hearing, since it's only a side of the story. They should always hear other sides of the news.



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hstinscdln

There are some works that doesn't seem to be biased, especially in the journalism industry that are based on real life. I have always enjoyed watching documentary films as they show what are the things that are happening in the real world that we sometikes fail to see. I don't think they would go into all trouble of making black propagandas for politicians and lose their credibility as a journalist. I have also read reviews that doesn't make positive or negative comments on the product and just say what are the specification of the product and what can be observed from it.



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hstinscdln

I am an emotional being but doesn't show it to other people most of the time. I enjoy watching movies and reading books that touches my emotional part. Works that most people can relate are the best works. But if I were to answer your question, I think that we can only trust reviews about a writer if all or most of the reviews are saying the same thing.



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koki12346

Emotional writers - I perosnaly like them, i am not one of them but i like them. The key is not to get to emotional, it is good to keep it simple but emotional.



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davedaot04

Emotions are what gravitates people, it's the emotion of the article the blog or whatever that makes people want it or buy it, Imagine a writer that has no emotions, it would be plain boring and no one would want his/her writings.



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