Table of the 5Fs of the Human Survival Instinct (5TP)
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5Fs: The 5 Reactions of Our Survival Instinct
- Survival reactions are one of five kinds: flight, freeze, feign, figure, fight.
- The fight-or-flight reactions now include the “freeze” reaction in most lists.
- Flight is to run away from the danger or impending doom.
- Freeze is to try not to be noticed so that the danger passes you by.
- Feign is to surrender before the fight in order to avoid the fight.
- Figure is to try to find an answer to the problem using hyper thinking or in a panic mode.
- Fight is to hold your ground and face the danger or threat head-on.
Notes on the Survival Instinct
- Notice how the survival instinct is entirely fear based.
- All five solutions of the instinct are in relation and response to fear.
- Fear is not the enemy when it is sane fear.
- Fear is not the enemy when it saves your life.
- Fear is not the enemy when it helps you to avoid harm.
- A fear of snakes that are biting you is not a phobia of snakes.