What happens is not as important as how you react to what happens.
- Ellen Glasgow
So be aware of your triggers? What are your usual push buttons? Know that during times of high emotion, others are unwittingly likely to push those even when they don't mean to. Be accountable for your own reactions, as only you know yourself the best. You always have the choice which way to behave in response to any stimulus. Use the breath to centre yourself within before your reply with an answer to something that's flipped your switch, to give yourself pause and check in, is this really how I want to deal with this situation? Is this the true me being unleashed? Or someone who I'll regret being tomorrow? Whenever something triggers you, see it an opportunity to learn more about yourself. From experience, I've never reinforced any learning from a space of feeling happy and fluttery inside. The greatest learning happens when we're faced with our shadow selves, when we get the choice of either succumbing to the shadow or harnessing the shadow's energies for the forces of good.
Lastly, everyone's in this together. Don't take it too seriously when others lash out at you. Don't feel like you need to edit what you say, to avoid triggering other's feelings and hurting them. So long as you set the intention to always be guided to speak and choose your words to benefit everyone's highest good, you're doing all the highest service by speaking your truth.
I'm sending you all my love. You've got this. Keep flowing and surfing those energy waves. Hooray!