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  • Writer's pictureKim Colman


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The emotional trigger that begins an argument may have little to do with your present situation, but has dug up a wound.

When we find ourselves in an argument, we may feel like we are losing control of emotions that have taken on lives of their own.

When we can become aware that this is happening, taking a deep breath can help us step back from the situation.

Once we can separate ourselves from the heat of the moment, we may find that the emotional trigger that began the argument has little to do with the present situation, but may have brought up feelings related to something else entirely.

Looking honestly at what caused our reaction allows us to consciously respond more appropriately to the situation and make the best choices.

How true is this for you?

So often we find that these buttons or triggers are related to past memories or incidents and we have already associated the feelings or anger. Sometimes the other person has no idea that they are adding fuel to the fire.

Wouldn’t it be great if we could find a way to turn down or switch off those triggers.

There are a few ways and help is at hand. EFT or Tapping is an easy to do, self help tool.

If you would like me to send you some more info on how to do the Tapping, contact me here and I will email you some information.

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