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How do you keep your emotions in check on the job?

From Scrubs Magazine Fall 2014 Print Edition

From Scrubs Magazine Fall 2014 Print Edition

Working with people means working with emotions. Working with people in the hospital means working with people with a very broad range of emotions, every single day. So, rather than trying to leave your feelings at the door (because chances are, you can’t), why not learn how to master them?

Find out how by reading our tips on how to rein in those fickle feelings in the Fall 2014 issue of Scrubs magazine. Then, take our poll to let us know which strategies you rely on most to stay calm and collected when your workday is pulling you in the direction of “system overload.”

Which method of "dealing" is your saving grace when work has got your emotions all in a tizzy?

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2 Responses to How do you keep your emotions in check on the job?

  1. maryjohn 1999

    I try to to all those things listed plus….. the number one thing I do us read God’s Holy Word and try to obey it….. and pray to God His Holy spirit…. in Jesus Holy name……

  2. annabella79

    Just blow it off and keep moving till the end of your shift. Dont think about it. Stay busy

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