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How to take responsability for your triggers without taking the responsability of the things and people that have traumatized you?
Taking responsibility for your triggers while acknowledging that you are not responsible for the trauma you have experienced can be challenging but attainable. It's essential to remember that responsibility lies in how you respond to and manage your triggers, rather than placing blame for the trauma itself.How to take responsability for your triggers without taking the responsability of the things and people that have traumatized you?
It can be challenging to deal with a friend who unintentionally triggers you. Setting boundaries and practicing self-care are essential steps to maintain your well-being in such situations. Here's some guidance:thank you
How to deal with a friend that sometimes forget and do/say triggering things? How do you place proper boundaries with them? for now i've been very angry and nasty to them everytime that happens, exacerbing my own pain in the process.
How do I practice self-care when i'm quite disabled by violent symptoms?
It's understandable to feel a desire for others to understand and empathize with your pain, especially when you have been triggered by someone. However, acting on those feelings in a retaliatory manner can be ultimately destructive and harmful to yourself and others. It's important to find healthier ways to cope with these emotions. Here are some suggestions:Often i feel the need to get back at someone triggering me. I guess I want them to suffer the way I do. An eye for an eye kind of thinking? What do I do about these feelings? I dont want to deny them but they are also destructive and I don't like the person i'm becoming with them.