2. Emotional regulation: - Deepstash

2. Emotional regulation:

nstead of saying "I'm so upset right now," try saying "Emma, take a deep breath and stay calm. This situation can be handled."


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This helps you understand how to navigate your thoughts, emotions, and behavior when they don't align to your values and true desires using third party words.

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