Triggers

Triggers are the things I’m learning to spot. The problem is, I think I have a lot:

  • Letting down the kids
  • Changing plans
  • Frustrating Nigel as he helps so much
  • Letting colleagues & friends down
  • Not the way I do things
  • Thinks not being perfect
  • Something I didn’t expect
  • Trying on clothes
  • Photos
  • Making a mistake
  • Loneliness
  • My mum
  • Having to sleep all day because I’m tired or have headache when I know it frustrates others
  • Forgetting something
  • Feeling judged
  • Being paranoid
  • Doing something for the first time
  • Parking
  • Being alone
  • Upsetting someone
  • Disappointing someone
  • Dwelling on something
  • My weight
  • Tiredness
  • Cloudy head
  • Confusion
  • Tv programmes about suicide
  • Losing concentration
  • Failing
  • Insomnia
  • Worrying about nothing
  • Travelling
  • Money
  • What could go wrong
  • What if I have a panic attack

What I really need is coping mechanisms, as Emotionally Unstable Personality Disorder means that I’m not sure how to deal with my triggers rationally

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