A fear or feeling of uncertainty is never a pretty picture. This usually happens when we're frustrated about not having control over something or when we feel hurt and criticized.
The feeling of uncertainty is like having someone poke our heart and from then our defense mechanism would start to kick in until it it grows into a continuous blaze until we're in full-on disaster mode and in order to cope with this gigntic fire we either yell, throw a tantrum, shut down, or even isolate ourselves.
But during this time we must remember to be more loving towards ourselves and that it will pass.
The secret to preventing a meltdown from happening is to catch it early because it will still be manageable. In order to prevent a meltdown we must do the following:
But how do we catch it early? The answer to that is through reflect from previous experiences and practice. When we start noticing where the spark comes from it will be easier to recognize and not to add fuel to it.
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