We get triggered by the people around us all the time. Those uncomfortable interactions arouse a wave of feelings, but only because we already have those feelings.
Getting triggered is a message: there’s a part of us that feels all that, needs our attention, and will continue to get triggered until has our focus. The key to growth and shifts in our relationships is moving away from reacting to the triggerer to the part of ourselves getting triggered.
Zalman Nelson, LMSW will discuss how to use triggers for personal development.
Call in info:
Tuesday February 5, 2019 – 8:45 PM Eastern – Conference Call
Access Code: 256965
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This call is brought to the community by Crown Heights Jewish Community Council and Adai Ad; media sponsor is COLlive.com.
It is part of a series of workshops and education organized by the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council under a grant by the New York City Council Domestic Violence Initiative awarded by Council Member Matthieu Eugene.
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