[Realize That By Hurting Your Own Characters, You Are Not A Sadist. You Are Not Deliberately Hurting Your Loved Ones Merely To Watch Them Suffer. You're Giving A Gift. You're Helping Them Grow And Develop. Your Characters Take On Deeper Meaning To Become More Alive On Your Pages. They'll Become Real.]

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