We’re not born with self-control.
If we’re lucky others show us by example or we develop it on our own.
Reminding yourself when you have resisted reacting instead of responding helps build and reinforce the confidence to keep inappropriate anger in its place.
Focus on what’s being done right.
Anger is appropriate when it expresses a feeling without hurt.
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