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2 The ability to exercise restraint or control over one's feelings, emotions, reactions, etc.

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5 Self Control This ability, which depends on the prefrontal cortex of your brain. It provides the basis for mental flexibility, social skills and discipline.

6 We must encourage our children to be in control of their own thinking and/or creativity.

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8 An internally motivated approach to building self-control plays to traditional American strengths.

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10 Works Cited Aamodt, Sandra, and Sam Wang. “Building Self- Control, the American Way.” The New York Times 19 February 2012, sec. SR:5. Print. "Dictionary-reference." Dictionary.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 8 Nov "Google Images." Google. N.p., n.d. Web. 8 Nov Murray, Laura Kay. Self-Control Training in Young Children. Diss. Western Michigan University, Ann Arbory, Michigan: ProQuest Information and Learning, 2002.


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