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whoever is the source of your anger, if you’re feeling sad, your thoughts probably are focused on whatever you feel you’re loosingc.iii.Take Stock of the Situation: (pg. 270)c.iii.1.Try to determine what is happening in your situation that you’re reacting toc.iii.2.Ex: if you’re upset and can’t figure out whether you’re anxious or envious, take stock of what’s occurring in your environment, can identify which emotion you’re experiencing by considering what might be interfering with your goalsc.iii.3.Taking stock of the situation can help you identify the emotions that other people are experiencing, helps give you an idea about what the other person might be feeling and perception checking can help you determine if you’re correct2)Reappraising Negative Emotionsa.Emotional Reappraisal: process of changing how one thinks about the situation that gave rise to a negative emotion so that the effect of the emotion is diminishedb.Reappraising the situation helps you consider it from a broader perspective, adopting a reappraisal strategy can also reduce your negative emotions and help you communicate more effectively
3)Accepting Responsibility for Emotions4)Separating Emotions from Actions