A person who has strong triggers does _not need to be told_ that they will face them over and over and over again in their lives. They do not need to be informed. They do not need to be told . They don’t need to be made aware. They _know_ This is part of what makes triggers so painful: the anticipation. The “OH GOD THERE IT IS AGAIN, I KNEW IT” is more of what the reaction is. It’s not one of genuine surprise. The person who delivers the trigger is surprised but not the person who has to deal with it in an ongoing basis at any random moment of any waking moment of any day.

A person who has strong triggers does _not need to be told_ that they will face them over and over and over again in their lives.
They do not need to be informed.
They do not need to be told .
They don’t need to be made aware.
They _know_
This is part of what makes triggers so painful:
the anticipation.
The “OH GOD THERE IT IS AGAIN, I KNEW IT” is more of what the reaction is. It’s not one of genuine surprise. The person who delivers the trigger is surprised but not the person who has to deal with it in an ongoing basis at any random moment of any waking moment of any day.

I mean, damn, they know it’s their responsibility. They also know the the world doesn’t care.
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