The toughest challenge happens when do the right things. The hardest thing to do is often when you come face-to-face, head-on on a decision that you know you must make. A decision/action that is correct, good and right to make/take…but one that you are hesitant to do so.
When you know that you know that it is the right thing to do, but hesitate because of fear which paralyzes and grips you, and you stall for time. Or you call it something else. Or you choose to turn and face another way, you're just stalling the inevitable.
What must be done, must be done anyway.
This truth applies to both making a right move, and for correcting a previous wrong move/error e.g. making a mistake by being rude, insensitive.
If this applies to you, and there's a decision you must make, an action(s) you must take to do right or to correct/address a wrong, go do it now. You'd find that the scary thing you must do will turn out to be not that bad after all, and the relief and peace it brings all worth it.
Go now, go do what you must do.