Temporal 'Fight or Flight'.
There is a critical physical distance
At which a creature 'fights' or takes 'flight'.
Temporally, there is an equivalent 'time distance',
Where one party wants sooner discourse ('fight'),
And another wants much more temporal space between discourses ('flight').
Sooner or later interaction is equally painful, respectively.
The trick is to work out a temporal compromise
So that the 'sum of the pain' is the least possible.
If the two parties are not able to understand this principle,
Then unnecessary agony shall simply remain ceaseless.
Frank Maurer 3 August 2023
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