Congratulations, you’ve completed the challenge. You must have noticed a pattern to some of the answers. Remember, there is no right answer. All this does is give you perspective on how you relate to people. Here’s how we code the different days:
A) The interrogation approach
B) The “saviour” approach, tinted undermining other’s feelings
C) The “mirror and name” technique. Name the feeling, repeat the story, empathetic approach
D) The “judgemental” approach
E) The “amateur psychologist”
G) Another “saviour,” this time tinted with assumption of intention
A) Minimising feelings
B) The saviour
D) Empathetic approach
E) Amateur psychologist
F) Dramatised empathy, or “best friend” approach 1
G) Amateur psychologist
A) Amateur psychologist
B) Empathetic approach
C) Best friend approach 2, vigorous grounding
D) Minimising feelings.
F) ”best friend” approach 1
A) Empathetic approach
B) Minimising feelings
E) Best friend 1
F) Best friend 2
Typically, day 5 responses resemble patterns on the other days. You treat people the way you want to be treated. If this is not the case, perhaps reevaluate your stance.
The next post will be about how best to combine these approaches for different effects/different people.
UNTIL NOON ON WEDNESDAY, THE 4TH OF SEPTEMBER I WILL TAKE MESSAGES IN MY INBOX FOR PERSONALISED PATTERN ANALYSIS. I WILL EVEN CHECK THE CHART FOR SPECIFIC QUESTIONS SUCH AS HOW CAN YOU IMPROVE TRUST IN OTHERS, OR ESTABLISH AUTHORITY. ANONS WILL BE IGNORED.