Jenny Rossiter – Social Isolation | A Survival Guide
In times of uncertainty and fear our limbic system kicks in and it’s more difficult than ever to make sense of things.
Things becomes even more confusing and our brains tighten and we loose direct access to our executive functioning in our brains, the place where we make our best decisions from, get our ideas from and solve the most difficult problems.
3 techniques that cut through confusion
- Accept and admit you are confused as this allows the brain to settle and more likely to think about things logically rather than fighting with the fact
- Over communicate, widely, frequently and strongly when we are confused we need clarity and being communicated to clearly gives us a sense of certainty (even if its about the fact there is none!)
- Sense making together – This is a great strategy to work things out with others rather than taking on all the responsibility on ourselves.
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