Opinion

Knowing When To Keep Your Cool

Yelling and anger often don’t end well.

People often yell at one or another, which could result in devastating feelings, and leave them in a pool of depression or anger.

That might be the case to keep your cool. It may be hard to lash out on friends or family for that matter, but it just depends on what was the given reason to yell at them. However, there are students and parents who go to anger management to help them from going after someone or just flat out screaming at them at the top of their lungs.

It can be difficult not to yell at our parents, because it will only take a few words to get kicked out, and the only thing left is hurt feelings. At least stop and realize what is being said before the argument gets worse. If worse comes to worse, be the better person and apologize or they can apologize as well for starting the fight.

When it comes to working in retail, it takes a lot to hold in when customers aren’t complying, and the only thing that the worker wants to do is just tell them “to f— off,” which isn’t friendly and will probably result in getting fired.
Call someone else on the radio and have them handle it. Talk instead of losing a job that is dearly important.

Keep in mind that it is important to stay calm in public, because it takes one person to record something and post it on social media and have it go viral, so don’t be that new “celebrity.”

Remember to breathe or walk away and don’t make the situation any worse than it needs to be. Don’t raise any voices over anyone else’s because it won’t prove anything. Take some time to come to a reasonable explanation on why the argument started in the first place, and continue to move forward.

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