The group sits in a circle and brings up various "hell realms": social experiences which were meaningless, performative, empty, or otherwise not a good time. (If you need ideas, think about bad dates, bad family dinners, bad work meetings, etc.)
The person who presents the hell realm (the "presenter") should be able to say, roughly, which values were suppressed.
The other players try to come up with ways to change the design parameters that would have made the situation better.
The idea is to suggest a minimal change in the setup of the story, a change that's small, hopefully feasible or almost feasible, and that takes the presenter out of the hell realm and allows them to live by their value.
Who can think of a way to change these things, that would have made a difference in whether the presenter could live by their value?
If you succeed, do some reflecting: why do you think the presenter needed this kind of setting or timing to live by their value?
Check your theory with them.
To get more detailed, do Write Your Hard Steps Story on the situation, and see if it confirms your theory.