How Do You Deal With Mental And Emotional Health Triggers?

Life is full of triggers – those events or situations that cause us to think, behave or feel in a certain way. For example, if someone close to you dies, it can be a trigger for depression and anxiety; if you lose your job, it could result in feelings of low self-worth; getting stuck in traffic might lead to feelings of anger and frustration. In the same way that our emotions are triggered by external events, we also have triggers within ourselves that cause us to become anxious or depressed. 


These may include thoughts about past trauma or experiences that have left us feeling vulnerable and unable to cope with current stresses without falling back into trouble again.


With the guidance of our angels, these are the things you can do:


The first step is to identify and understand what your personal triggers are – these are the actions that cause you to think, behave or feel in a certain way.

For example, when someone says something negative about me, I feel anxious and depressed. When someone ignores my opinion, I get angry and annoyed.


This can be done by spending some time thinking about yourself and how you react when you experience triggers like these – what do they lead to? How do they make me feel? By analyzing this information, we can start to identify our own personal triggers in life.


Once you know what triggers are active in your life, you can put processes and procedures in place that “reset” your emotional, psychological, and behavioral reactions.


A process is a series of steps that get something done.


A procedure is a set of instructions for doing something.


You can create processes and/or procedures for every situation that has triggered you in the past. For example, if being around toxic people makes you feel down or angry:

  • Before being around people who make me feel bad about myself, I will remind myself that this is just someone else’s perspective on life; it doesn’t have anything to do with me personally!
  • When I am spending time with someone who makes me feel bad about myself:
  • Remind me again: This person’s opinion doesn’t have anything to do with my value as a human being!
  • Summarize what happened while we were together – what they said and how they acted toward me – then write down three things I learned from this experience that could help me next time (e.g., “This person doesn’t respect other people’s opinions because he acts like he knows everything.” Or “This person feels threatened by anyone who disagrees with him so he attacks them instead.”


Physical activity is one of the most effective ways to reduce stress, improve focus and bring about calm.

You know that physical activity is good for your body and mind. But how do you make it a regular part of your life?


The first step is to figure out what kind of physical activity works best for you. Some people like going to the gym or working with a personal trainer; others prefer group classes such as yoga, Pilates, or cycling; while still others enjoy solo activities like walking, jogging, or running outdoors. It’s important to choose something that will be enjoyable so it doesn’t feel like work—and also beneficial in creating a routine that helps reduce stress and improve focus throughout the day. Once you find an activity that meets these criteria, commit to doing it regularly. You can set weekly goals such as “I will go for a run three times this week” and track your progress by keeping track of how many days per week you complete your goal (with stickers on a calendar works well).


Practicing mindfulness can help manage anxiety and depression, increase emotional intelligence and promote better emotional resilience.


Mindfulness is the practice of being present in the moment. It means being aware of what’s going on around you, as well as your thoughts, feelings, and body. It might sound easy to do but it’s harder than you think because there are so many distractions in our day-to-day lives that we aren’t always fully focused on what we are doing.


Mindfulness helps us deal with stressful situations better by helping us take a step back from our emotions and view them objectively so that we can make better decisions about how to react to stressful situations rather than reacting impulsively based on how we feel at the time.


It also helps us connect with others by teaching us how to listen more carefully when someone else is talking or trying to get across an idea because it forces us into the present moment where nothing else matters except for what they have said right now; this allows us to really understand their message instead of just hearing them speak without really listening due to other tasks taking up our attention (e-mails, Facebook notifications, etc).


Developing a “toolkit” of strategies that work for you, such as relaxation techniques, meditation, listening to music, or journaling will help you feel more in control when you experience strong emotions.

You can also try relaxation techniques such as progressive muscle relaxation (in which you tense and relax specific muscles), guided imagery (imagining yourself in a peaceful place), yoga, or tai chi.


If your mood is low, consider doing something pleasurable or distracting: Go for a walk outside or read a book or magazine. You might also find it helpful to talk with someone close to you about how you’re feeling.


If possible, take care of unfinished tasks before entering therapy so that they don’t get in the way while talking with your therapist—for example by making an appointment at the doctor’s office beforehand so there won’t be any interruptions during your appointment time at the therapist’s office.


If things become overwhelming, it’s important to seek professional support from an experienced therapist trained in mental health management.


If you’re feeling overwhelmed, it can be helpful to seek professional support from an experienced therapist trained in mental health management.


A therapist is someone who helps people manage their mental and emotional health by helping them identify the reasons for their feelings and find ways to cope with them. They can also work with you on long-term strategies for managing your symptoms or helping you recover from a traumatic event or period of stress. You can get help from a therapist at any stage of your life—from childhood through adulthood—and even if you don’t believe that therapy will help, it’s important to try it at least once so that if nothing else works out, then maybe therapy won’t either (but really it might).


To find a therapist:

  • Find someone through your insurance plan (many insurance plans include some form of free or low-cost counseling)
  • Ask about therapists at work (some employers offer free counseling)


It’s easy to let stress get on top of us – but knowing what your triggers are will help you build up a toolkit of strategies to manage them.

Everyone experiences stress, but not all stress is good. For example, you might experience the kind of stress that helps you perform better at work or get ahead in sports. Or maybe it’s caused by an exciting challenge or opportunity – may be something as simple as a deadline for a project or taking on your first job interview.


However, there’s another kind of mental health issue that can result from long-term exposure to stressful situations – anxiety and depression. These are usually caused by chronic levels of negative thinking and low self-esteem; they make us feel hopeless about our future or worried about failing at something important to us.


The good news is that there are things we can do to manage our mental health so it doesn’t get out of control!


How Archangels help your mental and emotional health triggers

Archangels are here to help you with your mental and emotional health triggers.


When you’re going through a tough time, it’s easy to feel like you’re alone. But the truth is that even though you may not be able to see them, there are angels watching over you all the time—and they want nothing more than for you to be happy!


And what better way for them to help than by guiding us toward healthy lifestyle choices? That’s right: Archangels don’t just watch out for us from afar; they also guide us toward making healthy choices. When we eat well, we feel better. When we exercise regularly, our bodies function at their best. And when we get enough sleep each night, we wake up refreshed and ready to take on the day with renewed energy.


So next time you start feeling stressed out or overwhelmed by your responsibilities—or even just when things seem like they might not be going as smoothly as they should—reach out to your guardian angel (or even all of them!) and ask them for help with any problems that are causing stress in your life right now.


Prayer to Connect with Your Archangels

Dearest Angels in Heaven,

Please come into my life and help me to be the best version of myself to help my mental and emotional triggers.

Help me to live my life with love and light, and to share that love and light with others. 

Please help me to connect with you all the time, and together you can guide me and others on their path. 

Thank you for being there for me always.