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You’ve got that boss down to just a sliver of health. One more hit and it’s done. Then, out of nowhere, his axe comes sweeping in and chops down your last bit of life… again. Your controller flies across the room as expletives roar out of your mouth. Sound familiar? Game-induced rage sucks. Here’s how to keep it under control.
Everyone fails. At some point in your life, you’re going to do something that you feel is inadequate. You can move past it, but it can help to give yourself a set time period at which point you need to move on.
We all have fears that hinder us in life. Not necessarily fears of things like spiders or heights, but things like speaking up for ourselves, practising a skill or letting someone else care. To get past these fears, turn them into a habit.