DiscoverHope for Spouses#50: Managing Emotional Triggers in the Wake of Sexual Betrayal
#50: Managing Emotional Triggers in the Wake of Sexual Betrayal

#50: Managing Emotional Triggers in the Wake of Sexual Betrayal

Update: 2019-09-11
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It’s like the world implodes around you.

Some are mild, keeping us in a low state of anxiety. Others are sudden and paralyzing. The world calls them panic or anxiety attacks. In the realm of sexual betrayal trauma, we call them emotional triggers, and they can threaten to overwhelm us with fear and the dreaded feeling of no control of our immediate circumstances.

In this episode of the Hope for Spouses Lunchtime Live, Kim Pullen talks about what emotional triggers are and where they come from. She also talks about how triggers are a normal part of the recovery process, how we can manage them, and—when we’re ready—how we can embrace them as teachers for our own growth and to promote healing in others.

Link to seated breathing exercise: https://vimeo.com/244280100

Link to an explanation of EMDR: https://www.emdr.com/what-is-emdr/

Link to an explanations of Neural Linguistic Programming and Time Line Therapy: http://www.cresendajones.com/
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#50: Managing Emotional Triggers in the Wake of Sexual Betrayal

#50: Managing Emotional Triggers in the Wake of Sexual Betrayal