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When talking to students, most often they will recognise that they might struggle with a particular aspect of writing. Most often they'll say things like "my grammar sucks" or "my instructor just doesn't like my writing style" or "my teacher just wants me to repeat from class." 

It is a truth universally acknowledged that writing is stressful. It doesn't matter if you are a novelist, a blogger, or a student who has to write for school. Writing causes all kinds of anxiety. This writing tension is even worse when it is added to the pressure students feel to perform well, be it for school assignments or external exams. Then it's not just the anxiety about how many readers you might get for a blog or hits on social media, but actually your whole future prospects from further school to getting a good job.

If you’ve clicked on this blog thinking it will lead you to the silver bullet for relieving essay writing anxiety then you may be a little disappointed. What I can offer you is some advice on what generally works for most people, and has worked for me on many occasions, in school, university (when I bothered), and in the workplace.

One of the things that many students struggle with is analysing poetry. I remember sitting in my high school class; we read a poem out loud, and our teacher asked us to weigh in on the meaning. In all honesty, I had absolutely no clue. None. Then the smart girl raised her hand and started talking about rebirth imagery and Christian overtones. I was stumped. I had no clue where she got that from. 

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