Season 1, Episode 192: Triggers Get Pulled – Buttons Get Pushed

Turn robotic reaction into mindful action when life doesn't go as planned

In this topical content episode, your host, Michael Neeley, is joined by Roger Miller (Season 1, Episode 26), as they do a deep dive into getting our triggers pulled or our buttons pushed.

They’ll talk about how to notice that you’ve gotten triggered in the first place, how to respond mindfully when you are triggered, and even some preventive measures to help you avoid having your buttons pushed.

Roger is the Executive Director of the Mind Body Awareness Project (aka MBA Project) whose mission is to help youth transform harmful behavior and live meaningful lives through mindfulness meditation and emotional awareness. Founded in 2000, MBA designs, delivers, and researches mindfulness and emotional literacy programs for youth-at-risk. They also train educators and youth service providers nationally and internationally.

You can check out the The Mind Body Awareness Project and learn more about what they are up to at www.MBAProject.org.

This episode is brought to you by author and mentor, Dean Roberts. Get your free electronic copy of his book, I’ll Fix My Head Before I’m Dead, by calling him at 607-434-3429 or drop him an email at IllFixMyHead@gmail.com.

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