Take Two: Improve Character Development by Putting Your Characters on a Therapy Couch | Writer’s Digest

Before we can create rich characters, we need to understand their wounds and potential for growth. Jeanne Veillette Bowerman suggests using the therapy couch to improve character development. Source: Take Two: Improve Character Development by Putting Your Characters on a Therapy Couch | Writer’s Digest

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