Most of the anxiety and frustration that exists in relationships can be avoided. The key is to be aware of the emotional triggers that each and every one of us possesses. Unfortunately, the majority of people will wait until these triggers have had their strongest impact and, not knowing how to deal with them, find themselves either fighting with their significant other – or just running away.
It doesn’t have to be this way. Once you learn to recognize the emotional triggers that have the potential to set you or (or the other person), you’ve already got an advantage. The key here is recognize them for what they are and not give them the unnecessary power that too many people do. Everyone has these “buttons” and, quite frankly, if other people know what yours are, you could be very susceptible to manipulation. Perhaps you already have experienced a hint of this?
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