A pathway to recovery and healing, and how we can measure success In this section, we will look at what we can do to achieve more choice and mastery over how to respond to triggering events and the consequences of insecure attachments.
When seeking to understand what’s happening in triggering, we need to look at the part our brain plays in how we regulate our emotional responses to adverse life experience.
This section deals with what we need to achieve emotional stability, how it can get derailed and what we can do to regain or acquire that stability so that we have more choice and mastery over how to respond when life experiences knock us off balance.
Getting to the root of why we get triggered and how to minimise the impact In this article we’ll look at what happens when we get triggered and some of the reasons why: particularly those rooted in the quality of our attachment with our main caregivers in childhood. We’ll explore what makes for positive caregiver relationships and how they can help.