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One of my biggest stumbling blocks while drafting came from receiving negative feedback on a chapter.
My fragile ego interpreted the critique as a condemnation of my viability as a scholar, and I moped around for several weeks, wasting time assuming I was worthless. I have the bad habit of working furiously to meet a deadline and then riding the endorphin rush of finishing the work for weeks.
In the sticky, sweltering heat of late summer, I wrote a little post called “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Dissertation,” which translated my writing struggles into a therapeutic list of writing tips.
This post was written as I despairingly grappled with many of the negative emotions that can accompany slogging through a long form project like a dissertation (guilt, self-loathing, and a healthy dose of In the sticky, sweltering heat of late summer, I wrote a little post called “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Dissertation,” which translated my writing struggles into a therapeutic list of writing tips.
If you’ve set early deadlines, you should be able to move things around without throwing off your schedule. The sooner you can be communicating with your committee about your writing, the smoother your editing stages will go.
Sit with your advisor with just a rough outline of the chapter and find out if it works.