28 Self Control Quotes
Self control quotes speak to the issue of keeping self-discipline and calmness at the forefront of any adverse or difficult situation. To be in control, as opposed to succumbing to an outburst of anger or inappropriate or
unmeasured physical or verbal response marks the inner ability of the person.
It is an attitude of understanding and resolution rather than experiencing the arrows of an attack on your inner integrity. It is the ability to portray, feel, and extend an open hand in relation to a personal
or professional attack always preferring to see any criticism as an opportunity for growth. Our human instinct is to lash out but it is an instinct that merely advances conflict and not unification or compromise.
Each author that has been cited has written different views or opinions that can well serve to help anyone move from a stance of rigidity of response to a more open and conciliatory posture.
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When you learn to be comfortable in the skin you’re in, you begin to gain confidence and your self-esteem gets much better.
Lawrence Baumann, Stress Control
Poems of Encouragement
Remember, self-discipline equates to high self-esteem, which in turn results in happiness and satisfaction in life.
Marsha McKay, Self Esteem Workbook
Poems About Happiness
The truths for which we fight we hold for life...thus give us strength and nerve with self-control: O may such truth be ours!
Unknown, Light Come, Light Go
Poems About Truth
Stop! Calm down! Think! Then act! You’ll feel better. That’s a fact.
While we can't generally have control over the events in our lives, we can control how we approach them.
Dale McLeo, Stoicism
From self-control, restraint, fortitude, love, courage, and optimism, it is the card that controls our passions for the better.
Michele Gilbert,The Introvert
It is essential to control our thoughts as it is to control our actions.
Dorothea Kopplin, Something to Live By
You can also use self-help techniques to teach your mind how to react better to anxiety-inducing situations.
Lawrence Baumann, Control Your Depression
Self-control raises fundamental issues at the heart of practical decision making, human agency, motivation, and rational choice.
Gimmy Hamilton, Secrets to Self-Control
People are becoming aware through positive thinking of the power that self-agency has, and they see the potential for growth that taking responsibility and visualizing change has in your life.
Arianna Peterson, How to Gain a Positive Mindset
The present and gift of a discerning life is built not on selfishness but more on self-control through rational thinking devoid of self-serving emotions.
Theodore W. Higgingsworth
Make A Difference
Self-control isn’t just one good character trait, a nice addition to the pantheon of virtues. It’s foundational. Not because it’s more important than other virtues, but because the others rely upon it.
Drew Dyck, Your Future Self Will Thank You
While the vast majority of humans fortunately no longer have to live in constant discomfort and fear of death, we would still do well to possess even a fraction of mental toughness and self-discipline our ancestors had.
Martin Meadows, 365 Days With Self-Discipline
Faith Over Fear
Because of the concept of neuroplasticity—the ability of the brain to constantly form and reorganize synaptic connections—we know that the amount of self-control somebody possesses is anything but static.
Peter Hollins, The Science of Self-Discipline
Think On These Things
Even if it were possible to control our kids and mold them into who or what we want them to be, we might be less stressed, but they would be more controlled than self-controlled.
William Stixrud, The Self-Driven Child
Sometimes a person is pressuring you to do something ... If you cannot say no to this external or internal pressure, you have lost control ... and are not enjoying the fruit of “self-control.”
Henry Cloud, Boundaries
I believe that the best way to improve your self-control is to see how and why you lose control ... It allows you to support yourself and avoid the traps that lead to willpower failures.
Kelly McGonigal Ph.D., The Willpower Instinct
Poems About Failure
The most important element in choice is that you are in control of what you choose to do, to say or to act.
Self-discipline and fortitude, love, humour, self-control - to lay the strong foundations in the building of the Soul.
You know exactly how to go from attack mode to emotional mode to smart mode... A few minutes or hours after that, you probably gain enough self-control to start thinking your options through.
Mark Goulston, Just Listen
To present your positive self requires you to pay attention to how and what verbal and nonverbal communication you use.
Peter W. Murphy, Always Know What To Say
If you can be happy now on the way to achieving external things then you are in control of your life and
you will show up on a daily basis with energy and passion that not many people have.
Zac Dixon, Self Love
We do, in fact, control our own stress. So, if you are feeling "stressed out", you are responsible for creating that feeling.
Catherine Pulsifer, Your Work and Your Stress
There is just one spot where self-control happens, in the mind. This is genuine on the grounds that all things have their start as considerations
delivered by either our cognizant, oblivious or intuitive mind.
Gimmy Hamilton, Master on Self-Discipline
What You Think You Become
Men have the power to control their anger. To believe that men cannot control their anger is to see violence as an uncontrollable animal instinct.
Aaron Karmin LCPC, Anger Management Workbook for Men
We are what we think. We are in control. If you give power to negative events, you are the one to blame. Circumstances and events have no power at all unless we give power to them.
Catherine Pulsifer, The Quality of Your Thoughts
Know what you want Keep your mind always on it.
Face facts, but remember there is always a bright side.
Above all, keep the tightest control of yourself.
Lord Reading, Work Wins
Poems About Winning
The measure of self-control is not demonstrated in the shadows but in the light of adversity.
Byron R. Pulsifer
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