Emotional Intelligence: Self-Control

With self-awareness, people take into account of how they�۪re feeling, what is going on inside of them and what is the particular situation, but then they have to be able to control it.

Martin G. Lopez, Psychotherapist with Care & Counseling at Baptist Health South Florida, advises working on being able to control our actions whether it is by deep breathing, taking a pause, thinking things through in order to have self-control, which helps not doing things that people might regret later.

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