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What I Do When I’m Triggered
It’s so easy to get triggered these days, no matter how much healing work you’ve done.
Living in captivity with loved ones. Way too much togetherness. Long-buried conflicts emerge. Between spouses or partners. Between parents and children. Between siblings. With our own aging parents.
Living alone. Feeling so lonely. Missing in-person human connection. Craving human touch.
Having economic worries.
Overwhelmed by the routines that held our lives together and have now changed or have been completely broken.
Anxious and afraid whether they are still on lock-down or social distancing or venturing out into the world again. None of us has ever lived through this before!
Allowing the realization that this could go on for another year or that life as we know it may be permanently altered to begin to sink in.
Find themselves in a changing world and anxious over an uncertain future.
I get it.
I too find myself anxious and fearful at times.
I too am dealing with long buried issues that are coming up between my husband and I, between my daughters and between our daughters and us as parents. It can be overwhelming and exhausting.
And I’m getting triggered like I haven’t in years!
My version of being triggered taps into my feelings of not being enough, of feeling like a failure.
My triggers make me want to climb into bed and not get out for 24 hours.
I get frustrated! I’ve done too much personal growth work to get triggered like this!
And then I use my tools and I feel better.
I realize that I once lived in a state of being triggered almost permanently. And now Trigger Land is just a place I visit for an hour max, usually only 15 min.
Here’s what I do:
1. Recognize that I’m triggered.
3. Do a quick 1 min visualization.
4. I do my Modified Havening Process.
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