Mouse Traps break the worry cycle to develop new habits and behaviors
Worry is something that we all of have. Worry stops us from;
Worry follows a familiar pattern
Event (internal or external) –> Worry (Thoughts & Feelings) –> Worry—Physical
(Stress reactions) –> Worry—Behavior
(Checking & Avoiding) –> returning to Worry
This cycle is vicious.
So how do mouse traps break this? A mouse trap has an external worry attached. Fears from getting injured, to rodent phobia etc… Attaching
and working through a Worry then creating familiarity with the worry,
and the final step is attaching a worry that the person has to the mouse
Here is how I generally sequence Breaking the Worry Cycle with Mouse traps.
Mouse Traps and the Worry Cycle – good stuff. To discuss this further contact me
Michael Cardus is Create-Learning