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How to stay calm in a crisis: and why you should

We’ve probably all heard the one about the swan – calm and serene on the top, paddling like mad down below. But which half are you in a crisis? The Cambridge Dictionary defines calm as ‘peaceful, quiet, and without worry’, and we probably all know people who seem to naturally remain that way no matter what life throws at them.  If you’re not one of them, you may not realise just how useful it can be to keep your cool and manage your emotions.

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