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Pay now or pay later

When we avoid or delay necessary but difficult conversations, we trade short-term discomfort for long-term dysfunction.  Which usually leads to more discomfort and more dysfunction  over a longer timeline.

Pay now or pay (more) later.

(Hat tip to Anmar Sarafa for the phrase)

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