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  1. Apr 28,  · You can’t control your emotions with a dial (if only it were that easy!). But imagine, for a moment, that you could manage emotions this way.. You wouldn’t want to .
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  2. This need around how we feel about control is much deeper and has a wider scope than just seeking power and the control it brings. One of the most disturbing things about having a terminal illness, as those who unfortunately suffer from such afflictions will tell you, is the feeling of powerlessness, of being unable to do anything about it.
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  3. Jul 08,  · When you can’t control a situation, you feel overwhelmed, powerless, helpless and hopeless. It’s demoralizing to think there’s nothing you can do. Or maybe we know there are many things we can do.
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  4. Feb 06,  · Managing emotions effectively is actually like developing a skill or a habit. It is a way of doing something better, and as humans, we struggle with change the most. Changing the way you usually do something is not easy and it is even more difficult when it comes to emotions.
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  5. Jan 06,  · You can do a quick meditationanytime you need to calm yourself and gain a bit of self control. Close your eyes and focus on your breathing for as long as it takes you to calm down. Feel the inhale and exhale; count your breaths if you like.
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  6. Because of indifference towards sensual pleasures, the control (saiyam) over sexual desires and impulses that arise, will last forever. This indifference can only occur through detailed contemplation about how the happiness derived through sensual pleasures is only illusory.
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  7. Apr 16,  · It's natural to feel like your life is spiraling out of control, and it's OK to feel anxious about the future (just don't spend too much time in that space).
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  8. Apr 18,  · When I won’t talk about my problems with another person, the problems tend to feel secretive and larger than what they really are. 3. Overplanning, or trying to control .
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  9. May 08,  · When you have anxiety, having control can be very important to you. You either feel like you have it or you don't. And when you don't, it feels very scary so you do whatever you have to do to get it back. Avoid, scream, clean, freeze, isolate, carry out a pattern, research, or control someone else, for example.
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