Structure is a superficial feature of narrative. You can change it whenever you like. What's truly fundamental is tone. You do need a plan, but the best sequence is--write first, then plan. Then edit with confidence, knowing what you've got.
It's entirely possible that I do not see or treat even myself correctly.
I do want to know where I stand in relation to myself so I'm not in for constant shocks.
Women's intelligence aligns itself more supplely with their feelings; for this reason, their cleverness is generally good, gives the impression of kindness, does not destroy the peaceful course of things, and is more accurate and useful when it comes to giving advice.
To do nothing is to hold yourself still so that you can perceive what is actually there.