Here's my theory of why so many have trouble with pov: When you have two or three characters together in a scene you want to go into their heads immediately to tell the reader what they are thinking. We want to tell our reader everything; we want them to understand how each character feels at that exact moment.
Once I learned about action/reaction I knew the best way to handle point of view is to show each individuals reactions to what is being said but just stay in one person's head at a time. This way the reader has one pov but knows by the actions/reactions of the other people in the scene what they are thinking.
Did you have trouble with point of view, and if so what helped you keep from head hopping?
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