What “Triggers” You? Living With Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

 

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Emotions that control your whole being and thought processes, that envelop your soul and crush your ability of containment, are the most vulnerable emotions.  They capture you, and your ability to calm and ease these brutally strong emotions is the desire.  But sometimes it is a complete loss as to how to stop the eruption of chaos.  The burst of disengagement begins and to enclose the fragments and bring about a pre-existing  stability takes much effort.  It is either shut in the damage or escalate out of control.  That is when one needs the most help from someone who has the ability to assist in bringing that person back to a level of calmness and peace.  It is the trigger of these emotions that brings about this alarming response of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  And to understand that the response that erupts is from a prior emotional trauma that has been ignited (triggered) is an important insight.  Just to understand the cause and reaction, and to avoid the harshness of the trigger, or to work on adjusting and decreasing the brutality of trigger is needed.  This insight as to what triggers someone and how to deal with  a future ignition is a valuable tool to have.

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