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With these 50 tips, you will be armed with powerful tools to control and master your emotions.

Do you have trouble mastering yourself, your emotions, or your attitude in life? Then hear this quick listen and find out what you can do to get more control over your emotions. I've applied many of these tips and techniques in my own life. Many of them are based on scientific and psychological evidence. They will aid you with more knowledge and constant reminders of how to find that inner peace and the calmness in changing situations you are looking for.

©2015 Rita Chester (P)2016 Rita Chester

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This listen is basically a verbal bullet list of common knowledge on how to improve your mood. It's the equivalent of having sticky notes posted to your mirror to remind you that smiling when you don't feel like smiling tricks your brain into boosting your serotonin level.

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This was a stupid way to convey a book though it had a few good points.