We have all done it, but none of us likes to admit it or talk about it. But running away from problems is a common choice that people make from time to time. And yes, “running away” includes sticking your head in the sand and pretending that the problem isn’t there, so that means you too.
It is a reflex based on our inborn fight or flight instincts. But however you may rationalize it, running away from a problem is never the best permanent solution- even if it provides a temporary escape from the pain and loss that looks like it could be permanent. If you suspect in your heart that you are running away from a problem, I urge you to keep this in mind
When You Run From A Problem, The Only Thing You Can Be Certain Of Is That You Will Be Too Tired To Deal With It When It Finally Catches Up To You
So the bigger the problem is that is burdening you, the less energy you can afford to waste in your futile attempt to run away. You will need every bit of your strength and stamina to fight the battle when the inevitable time comes for you to face it. And you just might be surprised to find out that it wasn’t as bad as you feared after all.
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