When faced with confrontation, do you head for the hills or walk straight in? Was there ever a time you wished you’d had the opposite reaction?
It really depends on the situation. What will I gain if I win the confrontation? What will I lose if I don’t? Are the odds of winning in my favor? If the gain isn’t worth the risk, I’d rather walk away and live to die another day. But if the stakes are something very important to me, then you better believe I will fight for it. I prefer to pick my battles.
I don’t recall a time where I had to choose between fight or flight and regretted my decision. The choices I’ve made in the past have led to blessings I have received in life. Why would I want to change that?
EDIT: I learned about Plinky today. It’s a website that gives prompts to help people with writer’s block. And you can link your profile with your blog or other social media so that it will post there after you respond to a prompt on Plinky. I tried it for the first time, and the result is posted above. The prompt question wasn’t included in the post. I added it in the edit because otherwise people would be very confused reading my post.
UPDATE: For whatever reason, it seems that Plinky has shutdown.