Doubts, disbelief, mockery, hell: The tumultuous Supreme Court confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh is triggering an outpouring of suffering ― and healing.
The keys are identifying what triggers your emotional eating and adopting practical strategies to respond more healthfully to it.
Remember -- in every dark room there's the potential for light. All you need to do is flip the switch on.
It is not the USA that is in decline, but it is their rule, and an America of the past, in which they were in charge.
Whether it's your parent, lover, friend or colleague, we all have people who trigger us. Sound familiar? If so, here are eight powerful ways you can deal with difficult people who push your buttons.
Being the survivor of a gun crime involving an actual trigger, I often find the phrase "trigger warning" itself to be a trigger. Trigger warnings don't impede free speech any more than telling someone with food allergies what ingredients are in a meal.
I'm sure you've met him, or her. That person who says he'll finish the project tomorrow, but tomorrow never comes. Or the person who promises to call as soon as she gets home, but you never hear from her.
What strikes me about many of the responses to my piece on trigger warnings is that much of it focuses on whether trigger warnings are a good idea or simply another way to coddle students. The fact that the discussion seems to be stuck on this particular axis suggests to me that perhaps I did not make my own thesis clear.