exercise self-control

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The researchers said approaches to learning included various measures to executive function, which is "a person's ability to prioritize actions and tasks and exercise self-control to regulate behavior and meet long-term goals".
The Foreign Ministry issued a statement, which reads as follows: "While the Sultanate follows with utmost interest the current developments in the region and hopes from the Iranian and US sides to exercise self-control and solve the outstanding issues between them through dialogue, it affirms the incorrectness of what have been circulated through media about the Sultanate's conveying a US message to the Iranian government regarding the incident of downing a US aircraft on 20/6/2019."
He said he suffered from an abnormality of mind that substantially impaired his ability to exercise self-control, significantly contributing to the killing.
If we are to exercise self-control and self-restrain, we can ease our traffic woes, we can free ourselves from having heated arguments with fellow drivers, we can avoid paying damages because of recklessness and we can win friend by learning to give way to the streets, he added.
I request people to exercise self-control during such critical situations.
She agreed that her abnormality of mental function "substantially impaired her ability to understand the nature of her conduct, form a rational judgement and exercise self-control" and added that "her depression and complex post-traumatic stress disorder could have interfered with her ability to exercise self-control", adding: "In my opinion they provide an explanation for the killing of the deceased."
She agreed that her abnormality of mental function "substantially impaired her ability to understand the nature of her conduct, form a rational judgement and exercise self-control" and added that "her depression and complex posttraumatic stress disorder could have interfered with her ability to exercise self-control", adding: "In my opinion they provide an explanation for the killing of the deceased."
"Hindrance stress often depletes the employee's ability to exercise self-control and they lash out with aggressive and undermining behaviour toward their peers," added Eissa.
(3) Cases of diminished responsibility should demonstrate substantial impairment of the ability to understand conduct, to form a rational judgment, or to exercise self-control.
Therefore, everyone needs to exercise self-control when it comes to interaction with others.
Ramadan rituals around the world May 27, 2018- Scoop Empire Ramadan: A Time of spiritual transformation May12, 2018- Arab News, Rashid Hassan The fasting month of Ramadan in Indonesia June 22, 2015 - Blogs Transparent, Asimonoff CAIRO - 4 June 2018: Ramadan is the holy month when Muslims all around the world fast and exercise self-control. Fasting is believed to cleanse the soul, and so it helps people get closer to God.
"I did not think that he could not exercise self-control," said Dr Mathews.
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