Introduction. Most of the time we're in control but occasionally we turn into MAD MAX. With practice we are able to learn to stay in control of our temper all the time. However, learning this skill takes lots of work and practice. This slide show will teach you how to control yourself and avoid being MAD MAX. You'll learn to recognise situations where you might lose your temper. You'll think of better solutions to your problems and select from a range of ideas, better ways to control yourse30347
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