It’s sort of like a market cycle. Or an ECG graph that turns fatal.
It hits peaks, then troughs, then equalises. Or corrects itself.
I’m learning irreversible decisions (or close to, as nearly all can be otherwise) bring with it similar cycles.
The emotional highs, that it’s the best thing since sliced bread. Then the thought that it’s the end of the world.
And then, something interesting happens. Usually about 30 days later. The rollercoaster calms down, the knee-jerks are out the window, and clarity ensues.
That’s the time to decide on moving and shaking big rock. Everything up till then may be a little too risky, or emotionally charged. And may only fire right back.