There are 29 questions, but some of them need the book. in that case do what ever you can do at you best.
For question #19, folks who feel a need to check locks and appliances might have had a scary experience once–like an overheated appliance leading to a fire or experience a home invasion when the doors weren’t locked. OR they could have heard a scare story from someone else along these lines. OR they could have been frighted by seeing a parent become very concerned with doors being locked, etc.
For question #20, this is explained in a video I showed in class on “Rewiring the Anxious Brain.” As you might recall, the woman discusses how important it is for us to face our fears–and to prevent our typical avoidance response. Therefore, this is called “exposure (to fear) and response prevention (of avoidance).” We need to learn to stop maing our typical response of avoiding what we fear and instead learn to face our fears–but in small steps. There’s two minute version of this idea discussed in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
For question #21, anyone who receives excessive criticism and/or extinction will begin to feel depressed. This depression then can lead to negative thinking and rumination accompanied by low levels of activity. Both of these are understandable responses but will make things go from bad to worse. This can develop into a vicious negative downward cycle. There is a way out of course–what is it? Learn more constructive, healthier cognitive and behavioral responses to our set-backs.
For question#22, the neurons in our pleasure centers need to be exercised in order develop proper neural connections–just as do the neurons in our language centers and in our music centers. Unfortunately, some children experience very low levels of pleasure during their childhood so are living with pleasure centers that have poorly developed neural networks.
An important clarification is that there are temperamental differences among children from the start! Around 15% of infants reveal an overly sensitive and reactive nervous system–more males than females–making them more susceptible to anxiety. And around 15% of infants reveal an overly low level of energy–more females than males–making them more susceptible to developing depression.
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