What are emotions?
Emotion Regulation
Attachment
Boundaries
Triggers
100

They are messengers, they help us relate and connect to others. 

What are emotions? 

100

Deep breathing, prayer, meditation, exercise, using your senses are all examples of what?

What are coping skills/grounding skills? 

100

The emotional bond that you create with another person that helps you regulate your mood and emotions. This can change over time and is malleable. 

What is attachment? 

100

The limits and rules we set for ourselves in our all relationships, based on our values and things we find important to us. 

What are boundaries? 

100

A stimulus, such as a person, place, situation or thing, that contributes to an unwanted behavioral or emotional response. 

What are triggers? 

200

Focusing on things that are within your control in your life. 

What is the circle (donut) of control?


The circle of control helps us to focus on the things that are within our control (i.e. ourselves, our actions, our reactions) and identify things that are not within our control (i.e. other people, their actions and reactions to us) 

200

Turning to others to help us feel better when we are upset or dysregulated. 

What is coregulating? 

200

Depends on partner and allows partner to depend on them; is available for partner in times of need. 

What is secure attachment? 

200

Keeps others at a distance to avoid the possibility of rejection. Avoids intimacy and close relationships. Very protective of personal information. 

What are rigid boundaries? 

200

Movies, music, smells, locations, events, people. 

What are external triggers? 

300

True or false: women are more emotional than men

False. We all experience the same range of emotions, and although men and women express emotions differently, it does not change the fact that we all have capacity to experience the same range of emotions.

300

Using something, healthy or unhealthy, to distract yourself and help you regulate when you are dysregulated. 

What is autoregulation?

300

Insecure in intimate relationships, constantly worried about rejection and abandonment

What is anxious attachment

300

Overshares personal information, has difficulty saying no, dependent on the opinions of others and fears rejection. 

What are porous boundaries? 

300

Rejection, betrayal, disapproval, criticisms, any uncomfortable emotion. 

What are internal triggers? 

400

Emotions that fit the situation in their intensity and expression. They fit facts. 

What are primary emotions? 

400

Turning into your own feelings, feeling your feelings and having a high sense of self awareness.

What is self regulation? 

400

Emotionally distant, keeps partner at arms length. 

What is avoidant attachment? 

400
Values their own opinions, shares personals information in an appropriate way, knows their wants and needs and how to communicate them. 
What are healthy boundaries? 
400

Try to avoid them, own your feelings, give yourself space, communicate, be mindful, anticipate and plan. 

What are coping strategies for triggers?

500

Emotions that do not match the situation with their intensity and expression. They do not fit the facts. 

What are secondary emotions? 

500

Why is it important to use all three kinds of regulation and not rely on only one? 

For full points, each group member must give an example. 
500

Cannot tolerate emotional closeness in relationships, argumentative, rages, unable to regulate emotions. Abusive and dysfunctional and relationships recreate past patterns. 

What is disorganized attachment? 

500

Give an example of a healthy boundary. 

For full points, each group member share an example of a healthy boundary. 

500

Share your favorite healthy way to cope with your triggers.

For full points, each group member share a coping skill. 

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