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Re: It does help, but /MAY TRIGGER*** PS terrics

Posted by noa on March 9, 2004, at 18:11:32

In reply to Re: It does help, but /MAY TRIGGER*** Racer, posted by terrics on March 8, 2004, at 21:10:44

I forgot to say--

I think the reason sometimes I have strong reactions to stresses that seem proportionally smaller than my reaction has something to do with the meaning of the stressor, which I am not usually aware of immediately until I can dissect it with my therapist. Sometimes some thing will trigger a reaction because it connects somewhere below the surface to some memory or experience I've had that I either haven't thought about in a long while or don't think of as particularly difficult until this kind of little moment in time triggers feelings about it.

Anyway, the first important thing is that you be safe, OK?




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