WHEN IS A DOOR NOT A DOOR?

Our first player to pick explanation number one for why the door of the house is ajar isLynan (Oct. ‘13). Number one says, “The house is being burglarized.”

She explains her pick, “This is my choice because I always assume the worst in any situation. My husband always says to me, ‘Oh, you think the worst will always happen.’ 

Lynan’s Door

Lynan’s Door

He shrugs off my worries of any dilemma that comes up.”

Tadahiko Nagao and Isamu Saito, authors of Kokology 2, More of the Game of Self-Discovery,

suggest this about people who “see” their house under threat.

You instantly assume the worst in any situation, and this trait is nowhere more evident than when

things actually do go wrong. You never get flustered in a crisis, but only because you’re much too busy panicking. So, the next time disaster strikes, it’s important to keep a clear head and remember to take a few deep breaths first and count to ten. Then you can faint.

Lynan continues,“My husband agrees with the authors and I have to admit the description fits me to a tee. I always imagine the worst outcome.”

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