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Managing Trauma with the Copilot Mindset
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The Copilot Mindset involves recognizing that there is a wise mind - a copilot - that can help you deal with traumatic events that cause fight or flight responses, whether they are big or small. The first step is to let the copilot state of mind take over and deal with the event.

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