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6 Grounding Exercises if You Get Triggered at Thanksgiving Dinner

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If you’re living with mental illness or experiencing grief, celebrating Thanksgiving can be triggering. Whether you have trauma triggers, live with an eating disorder or are coping with the loss of a loved one, there are plenty of ways to make Thanksgiving feel a little less overwhelming.

Here are six things to do if you get triggered at the Thanksgiving table. 1. Imagine yourself in a safe place. If someone makes a triggering comment during your Thanksgiving celebration, try using your imagination to bring yourself into a safe space.

Before your Thanksgiving meal, identify a few places that make you feel safe and at peace, and practice focusing on those spaces when you face triggers in your day-to-day life.

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