Would you coach them to dwell in it? Or gloss over it? Or complain about it?
None of the above, instead I say, “Bring it on.”
It’s leaning into the inevitable.
It’s facing the storm.
It’s strengthening your very soul before doubt can take hold as a way of being.
You bring your attention to what is in front of you, so you can take deliberate action.
You don’t pretend that something or someone could be different or better. You are a conscious being. You see clearly now, and that is what allows you to say, “Bring it.” Bring it now, not later. Now.