14.A. A stranger calls me an idiot without reason, and I quickly forget the incident.B. I keep thinking about the incident, even though there was no reason for calling me an idiot.15.A. I lose my temper when I have to walk to work in a storm.B. Walking to work in a storm causes me to lose my temper.16.A. My favorite team lost a game, and I start to reason why.B. As soon as the game my favorite team lost is over, my mind wanders off to other issues.17.A. I'm slim and healthy because I care about being slim and healthy.B. I thank my good genes for being slim and healthy.18.A. My poor shot was caused by the lack of concentration on aiming.B. My poor shot was caused by the lack of ability to adjust the aim properly.19.A. My business is successful due to the great product and its high demand.B. My business is thriving thanks to my own all-round knowledge in entrepreneurship.20.A. I get sad when a controversial relationship ends.B. I am satisfied whenever a controversial relationship ends.21.A. I enjoyed the good weather on my holiday.B. The weather was good on my holiday - just as I had expected it to be.The answers will be examined once you've familiarized yourself with the flow chart.
Introducing the Event Response Flow Chart (ERFC)
The flow chart on the following page strives to be a ubiquitous tool capable of diagnosing
problem, and it automatically presents the necessary solution. It will help the user in realizing what the correctdestination (response) to any event truly is, as well as explain how unnecessary symptoms e.g. (DSM-III-R related)are the direct result of incorrect event responses (you linger in the wrong destination).The most notable edge on this flow chart is not only that it explains how you should or shouldn't
about anyevent one can think of and experience, but also what you should or shouldn't
in any event one can think of andexperience. Both need to be carefully examined to ultimately
more good events and less bad events*. Thus,with the use of the chart you will be able to personally create and increase the permanence and prevalence of goodevents and personally eliminate and decrease the permanence and prevalence of bad events. The nature of realitydictates which events are caused internally and which events are caused externally, but a human being dictateswhich events are good and which events are bad.In other words, one has to identify and acknowledge the incorrect line of thought that keeps people trapped insuffrage, incapable of finding the correct line of thought that presents the solution. After this, it's up to each personto change their response (thought, act or lack thereof) to the alternative, which without exceptions leads to more positive results in life. This is where different methods of persuasion and conviction take over the spotlight in order to help the patient to elicit the required change. I will not go into this detail in this paper, but it is nevertheless anundeniably crucial element.*This is why the BE - DO - HAVE paradigm works wonders with its infallibility .