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A key technique for staying calm during an argument

A key technique for staying calm during an argument

When you are stress, there are chances that you may lose your calmness and become depress about the situation you are in. Adam Khan has written a short article that give you a key on ease your strain of the moment. Here is the excellent example that he used:

… When Abraham Lincoln was in the White House, he experienced stress, and that is an understatement if I’ve ever made one! Soldiers were getting slaughtered by the tens of thousands and Lincoln was the one sending them to their tragic deaths. He was a deeply empathetic man, so this tremendous slaughter caused him immense despair and sadness and pain. But it needed to be done, and decisions needed to be made every day. To keep himself calm enough to deal with it, he often said to himself, this too shall pass. He used this phrase as a kind of mantra. He was able to maintain his rationality and carry out his duties at a crucial time in history — largely by reminding himself again and again that whatever is happening is temporary…

A key technique for staying calm during an argument – [YouMe Works Publications]

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Last Updated on September 22, 2019

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