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How can I use breathing to deal with anger?

Next time you're seething, try this on-the-spot cool down (just not while driving): Close your eyes, relax and imagine yourself far away from what's making you mad. Breathe deeply, putting your forefinger on your belly button and feeling it move in and out. Then, see what kind of results you can get without yelling. You might be impressed enough to save your breath for good.

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