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© Six Seconds The Reaction Cycle EQ Fundamentals Author: Joshua Freedman V7-08
© Six Seconds Maladaptive Adaptive Arousal Reaction stressor Source: Tom Wojick from Harvard Mind/Body Medical Institute Stress Responses
© Six Seconds Escalator
© Six Seconds Under the Gun The emotional system is all about safety. When you perceive threat, your body goes into survival mode. Survival is hard-wired
© Six Seconds Reaction Cycle
© Six Seconds Metaphor..
© Six Seconds Set-Up Features Thoughts He’s defying me I can’t solve it Feelings Frustration, Disrespect Helpless, Fear Actions Lack of sleep Caffeine, junk food
© Six Seconds Interpretation Features Thoughts Memory – is this like previous time? Judgment (e.g. disrespect) Feelings Detect danger – anger, fear Actions Flood of chemicals Increased tension
© Six Seconds Output Physical Emotional Cognitive Reaction
© Six Seconds Thoughts Forever, Always, Never More judgment Feelings Anger Fear, guilt Actions Fight, Flee, Freeze Cascade of chemicals + cortisol (interferes with seratonin) + adrenalin Escalation Features
© Six Seconds Cycle
© Six Seconds
The Opposite of Reactive
© Six Seconds Choice Points
© Six Seconds 1. Prevention: State change Notice the warning signs. Make a shift: Breathe Move Reframe Play Appreciate Shifting to Balance 1
© Six Seconds 2. Early Intervention: Alternate habits Rehearse new responses Evaluate / change beliefs Be an observer Shifting to Balance 2
© Six Seconds 3. De-escalation: Six Second Pause Slow down cycle Reconnect thinking & feeling Distract Reframe Shift emotions Shifting to Balance 3
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