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Managing Emotions

  • Jane Cranwell-Ward
  • Alyssa Abbey

Abstract

Because stress causes people to be more emotional (see Chapter 22), and even lose control of emotions, managing emotions is a key part of managing stress (whether in one’s self or others). Suppressing those emotions as a way of controlling them is absolutely not the answer since, ultimately, stress is exacerbated. Neither is letting them all go in an outburst. Often, this doesn’t give real relief from stress and it tends to alienate or exhaust others.

Keywords

Positive Emotion Emotional Intelligence Emotional Climate Direct Attitude Dictatorial Style 
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© Jane Cranwell-Ward and Alyssa Abbey 2005

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  • Jane Cranwell-Ward
  • Alyssa Abbey

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