Self Control

self control
Self Control - Stop, Think, Act
Self control is strength. Calmness is mastery. You have to get to a point where your mood doesn't change based on the insignificant actions of some else. Do not allow others to control the direction of your life. Do not allow your emotions to overpower your intelligence.

As one of the aspect of inhibitory control, Self control is the ability to put into check one's emotions, thoughts, and behavior in the face of temptations and impulses. People who have low self-control tend to be very reactive to happenings, insensitive towards others, risk takers, short-sighted, and nonverbal. 

The general theory of crime holds that self-control is established in early childhood through three major factors: the strength of the parent-to-child emotional bond, adequate supervision by parents (parents' ability to recognize punishable behavior) and appropriate discipline by parents.

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