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Decenter - Skills To Control Your Emotion

(3) Roll with it—keep going, keep moving, get curious about what the next moment will bring.

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Decenter - Skills To Control Your Emotions

(1) Stop the inner war against the actual circumstances—just accept them. It is what it is. Let me be clear: this does not mean that you are “all good” with the situation. It has nothing to do with your judgement about the actual event. It just means that you are accepting the actuality of what h...

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