When you feel the need to respond emotionally to something, someone said. This is where the process starts.
But this is just the beginning, you need to give it some time.
You might tear up wounds from the past, which can be very difficult, so don’t hesitate to get professional help.
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The above-mentioned are some of the basis of unprocessed trauma.
When you recognize it, you can dig into the past and ask yourself the question: What causes this emotion? At that moment, you either know already; or maybe you don’t. Whatever might be the case, you need to find and fight it in order to conquer it and finally GROW.
You might often feel that you have to give back an emotional response to something, someone said.
You feel you have to project that emotion back on that person at that very moment. But what you really need to do then is to STOP and think first!
You can use emotional triggers to make yourself grow.
How? You can find it in your response to things people say to you or hear or see.
It brings up a certain emotion within you.
It means having the skills to control your behavior, emotions and thoughts in the pursuit of long-term goals.
Emotional regulation skills enable us to live a healthy and well-balanced life, physically, mentally and spiritually.
Here we'll try to get into the cycle when you are in the enlightenment stage.
At this stage, you uncover more problems as they get visible. Hence Enlightenment in the literal sense.
Roughly 50 percent of the collaboration overload problem is in the form of the beliefs we hold. These are the deeply held — and often unexamined — desires, needs, feelings, expectations, and fears centered on how we assume we need to show up for others each day.
These feelings motivate or trigger a tendency to jump into collaborations or help others when doing so is often not in our best interests or most beneficial to our organization.
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