Triggers occupy the space between your growth area and somebody else’s—you could work on controlling your reactions, but the other person could also benefit from hearing your feedback. 

To figure out what your triggers are, ask yourself the following questions: 

  • When was the last time someone said something that annoyed me more than it did others around me? 
  • Why did I feel so strongly about it? 
  • What would my closest friends say my pet peeves are? 
  • Who have I met that I’ve immediately been wary of? 
  • What made me feel that way? 

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