Nurse: Doctor, come quick! She's got writer's block.
Doctor: Ms. Hewitt. Please, tell me your symptoms.
Patient: I feel stuffed up and congested in my head. At time I lose my sense of reality. No clear vision, everything is fuzzy. And an annoying vague voice keeps buzzing in my ears. What can it be?
Doctor: You're right, nurse. A severe case of Writer's Block.
Patient: Oh, the horror! Will I be okay?
Doctor: I'm sorry there is nothing we can do. All we can do is watch and wait.
Patient: Don't you have some overpriced pill I can take to make all my troubles disappear?
Doctor: No. Not even the little blue pill can help you.
Patient: Are you sure there is no cure? How long will I be this way?
Doctor: Hours, days, months, maybe even years.
Nurse: Doctor, are you saying she may never recover?
Patient: No! I can't have writer's block. I have fans, an editor, and a publisher waiting on me to write the sequel. Please, isn't there anything you can do to help me?
Doctor: Rest. Relaxation. The list of remedies is endless, most of it all theoretical, and there is no concrete evidence that any of these will cure your condition.
Nurse: Doctor, the patient's blood pressure is soaring and her breathing has become erratic. Oh no, she has gone into a coma. We must do something!
Doctor: Call in the emergency staff, Stat! Tell them we must do a brainstorming session. We cannot allow this patient to become Brain Dead.
If this is the conversation you are having with the characters in your head right now, then you are like me and we are in trouble deep. Now, please excuse me while I go stare at another blank peice of paper for another two hours.
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