A TV moderator drops an earring during the show, which leads to an interruption of the program. She suffered a stink conflict, which she was able to resolve after this mishap. In the crisis, she had to sneeze and had an absence.


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With the DHS, one is sympathicoton, and one has compulsive thinking! All thoughts revolve around the conflict. The brain is searching for a solution! In the conflict-active phase, the nasal mucosa ulcerates. It is dry and sensory numb (outer-skin-pattern). This phase does not hurt.

With the conflict resolution begins the healing phase, which lasts about as long as the conflict-active phase. The ulcers of the nasal mucosa are replenished under swelling, and one is snuffed. In the crisis, which is obligatory in the middle of the healing phase, one has the absence in the nasal mucosa – as in all squamous mucosa – and one has to sneeze.

The DHS happened at 25:30. The program could be resumed at 26:15, when after 45 seconds. The crisis occurred at 31:35, when only after about 5 minutes. Shouldn’t the crisis have occurred about 22 seconds after the mishap was fixed?

If you have some empathy, you can find the solution to this apparent discrepancy. She was continuing the broadcast after the mishap was not the final solution. The presenter had to get over it first. And she apparently did not until about 2 minutes after the broadcast could be continued.

An excellent case study, and on television!


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