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I love patterns.
The things that trigger you today often have their roots in some past experience. The reason it is so triggering is that the past trauma or emotional charge is being ignited by the current situation.
Your boss seems to prefer a colleague and you obsess over it. It feels like how your mom always played favorites with your sister.
Your partner gets angry at you for not coming home on time and you get reactive. It feels like when mom used to accuse dad of cheating when he came home from work late.
You find yourself cowering when your boisterous roommate gets loud. It feels like when your overbearing father would yell at you as a kid.
You overhear work colleagues discussing an upcoming social event. You feel sad and left out, like the time your best friend chose someone else over you.
When we have a person or situation that triggers us, it is useful to examine when or where else we felt a similar feeling.
it is possible that the current event is so troubling and intense because it is stirring up an old painful emotion.
In my training I teach my students to be sleuths and to uncover the underlying reasons for the client's current issues by examining patterns.