1. What if I don't know what to write about/ get stuck?
There is no right or wrong way of participating in this workshop or responding to the questions. If you don't know how to start writing, are confused by a question, and don't know where to even begin, then literally start with "I don't know what to write about. This question is confusing to me and I don't even know how to start answering this question..." The point is to flush your thoughts and surface reactions out onto the paper so that you can start to dig deeper and reveal the layers underneath.
2. What if I forget/ don't have time to write one day?
It's ok. While it is recommended to get into a regular/daily mindset of writing, perfectionism isn't the goal of this exercise. If you forget to write one day or have a crazy busy day, go to the skipped question the next day and push the other questions back one day. You will have them all in an email, so you can go at your own pace. Do what works for you.
3. What if a question feels too private, deep, not right for me at this point in my life?
You are the boss. Don't overdo it and force yourself to write about things in your life that will catapult you into misery and open wounds you are not ready to look at. Always use your own best judgement. If something feels off in your body, ease off. There is no pressure to address anything you don't want to and again, there is no right or wrong.
4. What if I want to write about something else/ modify a question?
That's totally cool. Let me know if you have any better ideas for questions. I'd love to learn from you too :)