TRIGGERED! When you feel unheard or misunderstood

 

Today, we begin with a powerful quote from Victor Frankl: “Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”

These words remind us that we don’t have to respond reactively to life. That we can notice and work with our triggers to diminish our knee-jerk reactions, which can often cause suffering for ourselves and/or others.

In this episode, I answer a listener email about a specific triggering situation: when you feel unheard or misunderstood in the context of an intimate relationship (or friendship). I share what I have found useful in these situations. I also encourage you to examine past relationship dynamics – including your relationships with your parents – so you can take stock of the unhealed or core wounds you bring with you into your interactions with people now.

Thank you for supporting the podcast by tuning in! If you have a minute, please leave a rating or review on Apple Podcasts to help the podcast be discovered by more people on the healing path. Or, better yet, share the podcast with a friend.


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