Some conflicts can be hard to get out of
Some interfere when they see others do things they disagree with, others just keep to their own reality and needs, as if wearing dog head protective collars - Keeping reality to themselves
For some it is the quick answer no matter what the situation, and in a crises, some are really fine - Others just plan to fake it till they make it
Many of us live in bubbles where we seldom cross the paths of people living different lives - But it can be very healthy to realize that there are other realities than our personal ones
It can be tempting to punish oneself for not living up to one's own expectations - but is it the best strategy?
The Covid-19 pandemic has turned into a bit of a test for many of us. Will we act for the benefits of all, or secure our own personal thrive first without thinking of the needs of others
It is a different strategy than most people use when challenges fill the horisont, and it feels like we are on a steep cliff without hope
Keeping a social distance and physically isolating ourselves from others is an advice that has been giving again and and again, in spring 2020. under the Covid-19 Pandemic. But did it also narrow our mindsets, all focused, thinking, and fearing the same?
One of the classic strategies - cutting yourself of from retreat and starting (again) from where you stand
Sketching up the situation when you find yourself stuck on an remote island, only with the company of a stranded checkout desk (....happens all the time )
It could feel sometimes like we have an inner - outer conflict switch, sending our thoughts in one direction or the other
From optimizing resources to finding the easiest way out, there are many ways and understandings of why and how to "cut corners"