The “Window of Tolerance” is a useful framework to understand why you may react with anxiety, anger, numbness in different situations.  This framework is particularly useful if you have a strong critical voice, and often ask yourself why you don’t/didn’t respond in a way that you want to and experience regret.  Understanding your window of tolerance can help you develop self-understanding and self-compassion.  This framework can help you to understand what triggers you to leave your window of tolerance, and also consider what you’d need as a resource to be able to get back into your window of tolerance.   Click on the www to take you to an external blog entry which explores the Window of Tolerance in more detail.


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