Emotional Control

Emotional Control involves the ability to manage one’s feelings effectively in order to make decisions, control behavior, and complete a task. In order to improve Emotional Control, one must be able to sustain one’s effort in the face of frustrations and difficulties. Individuals who can effectively regulate their feelings display the capacity of self-control and can easily adapt to varied social situations. They are able to label and describe their feelings and can generally recognize what is behind or the cause of one’s feelings.