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  1. Try to articulate your emotions: say what your emotion is and where it comes from. If it's anger, tell yourself where it's coming from. Phrasing is like letting off steam. Only without tantrums. So you release all the rage and understand the situation. Most of the time, there's nothing to yell at when you realize what you're angry about)

  2. Try to look at your life as if it were a movie. You're the main character, and all the people around you are actors. And what is the director's task? Make you lose your temper! And you be cool, and don't lose your temper. There is still some advice… don't blame the abuser… and focus on solving the problem. If you can't help someone who wants to cause a fight… you just have to leave… . There are still a bunch of tips…. Honestly, it works! (although every time is often not easy 🙂

  3. Self-control is a sign of strength
    � � � Insults and unfair treatment are not new phenomena. Very often, anger robs a person of self-control and pushes them to act rashly. If you let your anger grow, it can lead to a flare-up of rage. � � � � � � � � � � � �And then what?
    Of course, sometimes anger is justified. But even in such cases, just indignation, if left unchecked, can cause a lot of harm-From this we can conclude: unrestrained “anger” is not a sign of strength, but of weakness. Proverbs says, ” A
    long-suffering man is better than a valiant man, and a man of self-control is better than a conqueror of a city.” � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �
    � � � � � Therefore, if something has offended you, do not act in a rush of feelings: �If someone has offended you, do not rush to repay them in kind. Maybe it's better to go up to that person and talk to them. � � � � � � � � � � � � �And if you face constant threats, for example, from bullies, do not go to open conflict. It is better to take measures to protect yourself*.Let us recall the words from the biblical book of Ecclesiastes7:21, 22: “Do not pay attention to every word that is spoken, … for your heart knows many times when you yourself have cursed others.” Of course, it's unpleasant when people talk badly about you. But today this cannot be avoided. Most often, the best way out is to ignore offensive comments. Revenge is reckless. The Bible advises: “Do not repay evil for evil to anyone… Do not avenge yourselves” (Romans 12: 17, 19). Any revenge — whether physical or verbal abuse — is not acceptable to God. In addition, it is pointless and unwise to settle scores with someone. And above all, because cruelty begets even more cruelty . And in response to sarcastic words, even greater insults are heard. Also, don't forget that anger is often unfounded. For example, can you be sure that your abuser really dislikes you? Or did this person just act rudely and thoughtlessly? But even if he did have malicious intent, is it worth paying him back in kind?

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