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Write prompt fiction.
I know that sounds kind of strange, but believe me, prompt drabble writing is incredibly underrated. Prompts are a great way to round out your character outside of your story, so when you return to the story itself, you have a better feel for how that character would react in certain situations.
I honestly suggest going on Prompts and Pointers, or checking some of the prompts from WriteWorld. [There are tons of good prompt sites, but these are the two I use.]