Many of you use the word “triggers” as a part of your everyday vernacular without realizing the detrimental effects of this practice on your drinking habits.
In this episode of Take a Break, I want to dig into the idea of triggers, or being triggered, and explain the pitfalls of this word and why you need to start to conceive of it in a different way.
Join me as we take a look at the important distinction between cues and triggers and define which word is more suitable in a particular situation.
Listen in to find out how letting go of the idea that you’re triggered or that someone is triggering can help you with your process of changing your drinking habits and simply feeling better overall.
Visit www.rachelhart.com/urge to find out how to claim your free meditation that will teach you how to handle any urge without using your willpower.
What You'll Learn from this Episode:
- The difference between a cue and a trigger and why it’s so crucial to understand it.
- How you can use cues to your advantage.
- Why it’s not possible for someone or something to trigger your emotions.
- Why you should consider taking the word “trigger” out of your vocabulary.
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- Visit www.rachelhart.com/urge to find out how to claim your free Urge meditation.
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