Sometimes, we have to remain perfectly still in order to get a clear picture of the damage. This can be scary, because what if the results are not what you hoped they’d be? What if you discover something that wasn’t supposed to be there, or something that was that’s now gone?
It’s not always easy to look a problem straight in the eye. We’d rather keep moving, pretending that it’s not really there. We’d rather squirm, convincing ourselves that we can get used to it. But you have to ask yourself a question.
What’s worse, discovering the truth, or being stuck in a plastic tube?