I think questions are better if they're asking about how to respond to situations than how to react.
Since it's better to quote peer-reviewed articles than myself speak about this, let's see one from Psychology Today:
A reaction is instant. It’s driven by the beliefs, biases, and prejudices of the unconscious mind. When you say or do something “without thinking,” that’s the unconscious mind running the show. A reaction is based in the moment and doesn’t take into consideration long term effects of what you do or say. A reaction is survival-oriented and on some level a defense mechanism. It might turn out okay but often a reaction is something you regret later.
A response on the other hand usually comes more slowly. It’s based on information from both the conscious mind and unconscious mind. A response will be more “ecological,” meaning that it takes into consideration the well-being of not only you but those around you. It weighs the long term effects and stays in line with your core values.
A reaction and a response may look exactly alike. But they feel different.
What does the community say? Agree with my theory? Should we rephrase future questions this way?
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