How to handle and avoid subjecting others to your mood swings

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We all have good days and bad days, and moods can vary according to an array of factors, from hunger levels to the weather. The important thing is to keep your fluctuating internal barometer strictly to yourself. No one wants to be subjected to your emotional highs and lows; your aim should be to project equanimity at all times.

If you do let your defences down and snap or lose your temper, apologise as soon as normality returns. Explain that you were temporarily deranged by hunger/insomia/stress etc., and that your disconcerting behaviour was nothing personal.

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Gia G. Dixon
Gia G. Dixon

I’m Gia G. Dixon, an etiquette consultant certified under Royal Charter of King Charles III. Here is my guide to elegant style, high quality living, and little things that make your daily life glamorous.

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