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You know that means I have a juicy nugget of wisdom for you.

If these days it feels more like you are tip-toeing through a minefield of “triggers,” than walking with a confident stride toward the family of your dreams, it’s time to take control.

Giving in to our negative triggers is a habit. A particularly toxic one.

It doesn’t matter if your trigger is hearing that your arch nemesis is pregnant, accidentally walking down the baby aisle at a Big Box Store, or seeing a diaper commercial on TV, here’s the two step process that will empower you to break the habit:

  1. Observe where your mind goes when you are “triggered.”
  2. Choose where you will direct your thoughts instead.

If there is a little voice popping up in your head that’s saying, “that could never work for me,”consider it your first chance to try this process out.

Practice. Be persistent. YOU are worth it.

Doubt over whether this works is simply negativity, fear, and self-doubt fighting for job security.

That’s OK. I tend to make them nervous.

The path they will lead you down is predictable and boring.

Let’s shake things up.

Lots of love,

Rosanne 350 x 90

 

Intrigued? Here’s an exercise to take this to the next level…

Notice EXACTLY where your mind goes when you are triggered.

Don’t judge. Just be curious.

Where you “go” is wildly revealing about the “stories” you tell yourself about YOU.

I’m willing to bet the story is as old as it is tired.

Unchecked, our stories keep us trapped in thought processes and habits that no longer serve us.

Get familiar with your stories. Notice the details. When you do, it gets easier and easier to shake them up trade them in for something new.

 

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