I am pretty sure what I am going to write about is an opposition. So if I'm wrong, please correct me..=]. Well my roommate and I decided not to clean our dorm room for a couple of days because we've been just really busy. Now that its completely messy...we believe it is the time, where we got our butts up and do something about it...just a little bit. This opposition seems a little easy, however, we ARE girls, and we have WAY too much stuff and WAY too little space to put everything. Now that I know my problem, I can try to eliminate the opposition so I can have a stimulus response.
One way to eliminate my opposition is by cleaning up the room. How will I go about that? Well I can have my roommate help me by taking out the trash and organizing our stuff a little more. For step two, I believe I have to let the opposition sculpt the form. So once the problem has been eliminated, we would have to make sure that we put things back to where they belong, and keep trash in the trash can and not on the floor. Step three, we would have to have an adequate response. Therefore, we would have to make sure we keep up with a routine of being clean and organized for a good response to our problem solving. On step four, we would have to check almost every week and make sure that we haven’t failed to keep our room clean. Step five is to embrace it. We could even add more stuff to our room so our room could look more inviting, or we could have people over so they can observe our room and decide whether or not they feel comfortable or not. Step six is probabilistic responses. By having people over we can hear their responses to our clean room. Last and final step number seven: redundancies as the response. It would have to be fail safe, or we have to have a backup. I say that as long as we have furniture and a door with a lock, we’re good.