Emotional Self-Control is the ability to manage disruptive emotions and impulses and to maintain effectiveness under stressful or even hostile conditions. Such self-control does not mean suppressing emotions, but rather noticing the feelings and their accompanying bodily signals and choosing whether or how to act on them. Having Emotional Self-Control means staying clear-headed and calm, balancing one’s impulses and feelings for the good of the group or mission.
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