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Emotional Control – questions to ask yourself

  1. I control my emotions by changing the way I think about the situation I’m in.

  2. When I want to feel less negative emotion, I change the way I’m thinking about the
    situation.

  3. When I want to feel more positive emotion, I change the way I’m thinking about the
    situation.

  4. When I want to feel more positive emotion (such as joy or amusement), I change what
    I’m thinking about.

  5. When I want to feel less negative emotion (such as sadness or anger), I change what
    I’m thinking about.

  6. When I’m faced with a stressful situation, I make myself think about it in a way that
    helps me stay calm.

  7. I control my emotions by not expressing them.

  8. When I am feeling negative emotions, I make sure not to express them.

  9. I keep my emotions to myself.

  10. When I am feeling positive emotions, I am careful not to express them.

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