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Logical thinking and emotional reactions

To avoid unnecessary conflicts, psychologists suggest self-talk. This helps in setting back for a while and analyzing the given situation before reacting. This process gives way in balancing logical thinking and emotional reactions. As a result, people will learn to separate feelings from reality and can effectively express thoughts that are not hurtful to anyone.

When a person knows how to manage emotions effectively, he is often described as:

  • Someone who have high emotional intelligence.
  • Someone who knows how to effectively handle conflicts.
  • Someone who has logical reasoning.
  • Someone who has inner peace.
  • Someone who is secure and confident about himself.

Becoming that person who knows how to control emotions, especially in public, is easier said than done. 

http://www.healthguidance.org/entry/5440/1/What-Are-The-Benefits-of-Controlling-Your-Emotions.html

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