No, you’re probably not a horrible person because you’re angry at a friend when you hear that they are going through a celebratory life event. You’re probably getting upset because THEIR experience is bringing up one of YOUR emotional triggers.
That’s totally normal as long as we are interested in learning to heal our emotional triggers.
In today’s episode, I talk about how you can identify your own emotional triggers, and then I’ll give you 4 steps so you can respond instead of react when you are in triggering situations.
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“Why do we care about this? Well we don’t want to go through life fooling ourselves or reacting in situations rather than responding.” – Terri Cole
- What is an emotional trigger
- How our body communicates with us
- How to deal with emotional triggers
- The difference between responding and reacting
- Why understanding emotional triggers is important
- How to feel better
“How you respond is actually going to tell you if you just don’t like it or if you’re triggered.” – Terri Cole
“Unresolved trauma can make you very susceptible to having triggers.” – Terri Cole