My Why: We’ve all got triggers, but did you know you have glimmers too?
We all have triggers, but did you know that there are glimmers out there too? If you didn't, I'm here to help you discover them.
Welcome to another My Why from me, Claire Sandys, co-host of The Silent Why podcast.
My Why episodes are audio shorts of my latest blog post. If you'd prefer to read it, you can find it here: thesilentwhy.com/post/triggersandglimmers
Now, if someone had said to me ‘do you know what a glimmer is?’ (before I saw a post on Instagram last week), I’d have thought about a small beam of light, but it turns out it’s a lot more. It’s also used in another context by a lady called Deb Dana - and if you don't already, I think you need to know about them.
So join me, as I explore the other side of triggers... glimmers.
If you just need a boost today, this episode is for you.
To see the YouTube video of Deb explaining Polyvagal Theory, the Instagram post I read from, why I do use trigger warnings in my blogs and podcast, and other links I mention, check out the written blog on the link above.
For more on Polyvagal Theory in Deb's book - 'The Polyvagal Theory in Therapy': https://amz.run/6fdL
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