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The Costs of Avoidance

Quitting smoking is tough and people don’t do it for fun.  They quit because smoking has costs.


In the same way, it takes hard work to resolve the problems caused by chronic avoidance.  It is very possible and important.  But it can be hard.


So before we work on resolving our dilemma, it helps to understand exactly why the work is needed.  Grasping the stakes of any game affects the way we play it.  And knowing the costs of excessive avoidance helps us refuse to pay them:

 Costs of Avoidance



Dylan M. Kollman, PhD