WARNING: This post is a long one. Dance slumps are a serious problem and require a serious number of words to address properly.
When the initial infatuation with dancing has worn off, alien feelings can take up residence. Instead of exhilaration and constant excitement, you can experience frustration or boredom, even hurt or anger.
You might have a sudden plummet, or a long downward spiral. Or a fog may slowly creep over you until you once day notice you’ve “lost the spark.” Know this:
You are not alone.
Here’s what we’ll talk about in this post:
- How to identify when you’re in a dance slump by knowing what it feels like.
- How to pinpoint the source (or sources) of your unwelcome emotions.
- How to decide which concrete actions you will take to get yourself out of a dance slump.