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  1. If offhand.

    1. Catch the feeling itself, trigger the state, or let it be already in full swing. But it's easier to correct the start and start. It is important to clearly name your condition. At least “I'm angry!!” If you can go into more detail, great.�

    2. The simplest thing is to focus on the breath. It is already quite simple to track how air enters the nasopharynx, passes through the trachea, into the lungs and back. You don't need to breathe “especially”-just keep your attention focused on the breath.�

    If you want to be even more effective – practice (always in advance, – to automatism) breathing “square”. Google it; this kind of breathing is very simple.

    1. The rest is already over. Not necessarily.�

    But if. “You ask yourself:

    1) What is the situation

    2) What I want more for MYSELF in this situation, taking into account the pros and cons of the choice. So what is my GOAL?

    3) What action/ inaction I choose based on this.

    • …That is, a question to yourself about feelings allows you to break up with them, to stop being one with your anger.
    • Focusing on bodily manifestations (breathing) takes you away from emotionalization (they say “grounding”).
    • Logic, goals, and the choice of action-all the more lead away from emotionalization, logic and emotionalization are not very compatible.
  2. Have you watched the movie Bridge of Spies? There, one of the characters asks another question: “Are you not worried at all?” What it gets a response to: “Will this help the case?” It seems to me that you could apply in your position

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