I am going to challenge you with a writing prompt every day this month. Are you up for it? I hope so.
The writing challenges will be about a variety of topics and hopefully cause you to dig into your writing toolbox to complete with emotional skill.
Watch out, I just might throw in a fun one, well, just for fun!
For the twenty-third challenge we're going to discuss your goals to success.
Here is your challenge:
You have an embarrassing secret: you can't swallow pills. Therefore, you prefer a liquid medicine. When you visit the doctor due to illness, he hands you a cup full of pills. You asks if he has it in liquid form and he sternly says, “No. Swallow the pills.” Sweat starts spurting from your face like a garden sprinkler, especially when the cute nurse enters the room... What do you do?
This is not an uncommon issue. Many people cannot swallow pills at all, while others can take a handful and toss them in their mouth, drink a swallow of water, and easy peasy, done.
My husband used to be unable to swallow pills. At all. We got liquid medicines when we could. However, I resorted to purchasing a throat spray that helped the pills slide down. My husband even found that a problem.
So, we talked about the mental and emotional issues tied to the inability to swallow pills. Once he opened up, eventually, with some guidance, he can now take pills, even more than one at a time, by tossing them to the back of his throat and drink a good amount of water.
So, if this is an embarrassing secret you've been hiding, or you know someone who is, know that it can be overcome.
Let's get writing.
Wright, Jonathan (2015-06-17). 510 Creative Writing Prompts: For Aspiring and Experienced Writers (Bundle) (p. 21). . Kindle Edition.