For some people there are certain conversations they’d rather not have.
It’s the difficult ones that we avoid where we have to be vulnerable. And maybe you get that swirly feeling in your stomach that you take as a sign not to go through those conversations.
But when you avoid them all that stuff just builds up and eventually comes out in unideal ways. It’s like not repairing a crack in a wall and all of a sudden the wall caves in.
In these situations you have to be responsible and admit that you’re the one that avoided the very thing you needed to do.
And that’s okay at least you know for next time. The conversations you’re afraid to have are difficult but necessary but like all life situations.
We can’t go over it.
We can’t go under it.
We’ve got to go through it!
From the 1989 children’s book We’re going on a bear hunt by Michael Rosen