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In order to be more aware of how and when you are in the Problem Orientation and “go reactive,” it is useful to think about and identify in what kinds of situations you are “triggered.” In this exercise, you will identify both the kinds of situations (and people) that trigger you and what you do – what we call your “reactive strategies.”

Go to Page 6 in the Workbook

Just follow the instructions on the exercise sheet and DO NOT JUDGE YOURSELF because reacting is part of our human experience. However, by identifying your triggers and what you do, you increase the possibility of catching yourself and choosing a different response. Go to Unit 3, Page 6 of your workbook to complete the Triggers Exercise.

Notice the differences between the two lists. Chances are great that you have identified the different “AIRs” of the two Orientations!

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