July 7


How to Recognize Painful Emotional Triggers and Stop Reacting in Anger

By Margaret

July 7, 2019

If you’re an individual who has emotional triggers, you know just how terrible it feels after you’ve overcome the thing that triggered you and the aftermath you may have to deal with in terms of damage you caused to other individuals or things. Erin Grace’s new post describes her personal story about being triggered, some of the steps she took to be more aware of her own body and thoughts and share 6 tips that helped her through her tough time.

Key Takeaways:

  • When the author had a heated argument with her spouse, she had to emit spiteful words to him that she later regretted.
  • She had expressions of anger that were mixed with blame and criticism when she remembered the words that she had said.
  • What caused her to be angry was that her spouse was out of work and the debt on their credit card was increasing.

“We need to take a step back, go inward, and begin to explore where the triggers for these behaviors and reactions stem from.”

Read more: https://tinybuddha.com/blog/how-to-recognize-painful-emotional-triggers-and-stop-reacting-in-anger/

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