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Using Real Psychology in Your Writing

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USING ARCHETYPES IN YOUR STORIES


Writing Better Romantic Relationships

This series looks at the Anima/Animus archetype, which is most often seen in romantic relationships, and how to use it to create more compelling romantic relationships, regardless of genre. Looks at what the anima and animus are, how they’re formed, and why fiction writers need to understand them. There’s also some and what makes love grow - and how happily ever afters really work.


Creating Better Antagonists


FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY


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