Maybe it will fix itself…

Sometimes opportunities to improve were present all along and the team just needed a reason to look under the hood to find the source of the thing that just doesn’t sound right. It’s better to address those small warnings early than to abide the sound that plants a “something is wrong” alarm in the back of your head. Something is likely wrong and the cost of the solution only increases over time. Sometimes I struggle with procrastination on car repairs because I am afraid of the cost of the repair. That procrastination costs me a lot of anxiety as I continue to listen to the weird sound that stubbornly won’t fix itself. I have learned that the car repair analogy also applies to relationships. It is better to address something early if it seems off in order to cut down on the cost of anxiety and possible resentment.

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