Some who could be vulnerable to bullying are taught how to make friends while others prone to aggressive behaviour are being instructed on how to keep their temper
Ferguson has continually insisted he has no discipline problems at Old Trafford and having headed to London to watch Arsenal's first Champions League duel with Chelsea in midweek, knows Arsene Wenger's men can keep their temper
in check too.
Road works prevented some going to Tannadice, lucky sods, while the rest did well to keep their temper
as they crawled along the A80 at a snail's pace or, as it is now known, Emerson's pace.
Witnesses are also advised to keep their temper
at all costs.
Souness has joked that Taylor's temperament would make him a great sonin-law but does not always stand him in good stead on the pitch, and where many footballers are trying to keep their temper
under control, the 22-year-old is attempting to fire himself up.
Our police officers are given so much abuse by young tearaways today and I don't know how they manage to keep their temper
Parents and children should not be allowed to play if they can't keep their tempers
down a notch.
Manchester United found it hard to keep their tempers
in check after a 1-0 loss to bitter-rivals Manchester CIty in the FA Cup semifinal at Wembley on Saturday.
If the movie never fully explodes, that would seem to suit the upscale characters, conditioned to keep their tempers
DRINK no doubt plays a part in the violence that has scarred derby matches between Blues and Villa, loosening the inhibitions of the hotheads who would otherwise keep their tempers
But with Steve Evans and Chester's Richard Ravenhill dismissed when the Dragons triumphed 2-1 in August's ill-tempered game, Carey is urging his players to keep their tempers
But he believes the Scotland youngsters will be a match for anybody if they can keep their tempers
There have been times when England's players have become frustrated and failed to keep their tempers