Reaction implies that we take steps to counteract a situation, event or circumstances as “acting before we think”. To react is generally seen as inappropriate, compared to response… not because it is necessarily the “wrong way of doing things”, but because to react implies NOT to think things over… not even for a second or two.

Reacting to a situation or event is often the result of…

As a result of the above, it is more than likely that we would rather react, than respond to stimulus from our external environment.

Reactions is driven by uncontrollable emotions, inappropriate impulses, survival instincts out of context and source mainly from our sabotage programs, which frequently results in the “start-up” of the domino effect.

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  • Last modified: 12 September, 2018 @ 7:12pm
  • by Jan Viljoen