What do you do?

What do you do when you reach a dilemma, a conflict, or an issue that can’t be avoided?

Do you sit by idly and let it move along and hope it goes away on its own, or do you confront it and force it to be resolved?

What if it’s not so easy, and you don’t want to do the wrong thing? What do you do?

I always believe I have that right answer, but usually it’s only the right answer for me, not for the other person or people around me. So what do you do when your form of resolution doesn’t work for others?

I’m not good at sitting and waiting for an answer to come. I want immediate results, but I want a specific result nonetheless.

So what do you do?


2 thoughts on “What do you do?

  1. If my type of resolution doesn’t work for others, I’ll ask them what has worked for them in the past — and see if I can help them utilize that strategy again. Some of my friends use physical activity to deal with stress (like running) and others prefer something more sedentary, like writing. So I suppose it depends!


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