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A Bitter Pill To Swallow ( it is difficult to accept but necessary because of what happened ... )

"A Bitter Pill To Swallow"

A bitter pill to swallow is something that you do not want to do, but you have to do it, because it is a good for you.

Example: "Spending a week in the psychiatric hospital was a bitter pill to swallow, but Jake really needed to do it."

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