Writers who describe themselves as "survivors," even though they haven't experienced anything life-threatening, tend to be bad writers.
Good writers tend to be people who love books and want to write them. Bad writers tend to be people who want to be "heard," or "seen," and who value their "voice."
Bad writers want to express themselves. Good writers get over themselves.
Most of the above also applies if you replace "writers" with "people."
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