Nothing that I know of, except for you to keep your temper
, and for me to begin it all over again for the third time.
'But at all events, Miss Grey,' said she, 'I hope YOU will keep your temper
, and be mild and patient throughout; especially with the dear little Charles; he is so extremely nervous and susceptible, and so utterly unaccustomed to anything but the tenderest treatment.
"We have always got along - and it doesn't take much effort to keep your temper
With insights into the real reasons for your anger and using anger management tools, you can learn to keep your temper
from hijacking your life.
If you're hoping to do well at school, it's probably a good idea to keep your temper
in check, no matter how much provocation you face.
Brian McCluskie, chairman of the bench, told Dixon: "This was a prolonged and awful attack on an animal, which was a result of your inability to keep your temper
All credit to you for feeling you need to do more to keep your temper
Size differences can be bothersome in many contexts, but these annoyances tend to be manageable so long as you keep your temper
and don't call in the politicians.
Keep your temper
under control and deal with controversy by providing facts and statistics to support your statements.
'It was difficult to keep your temper
at times,' said Davies.
``I understand it's hard to keep your temper
down if someone is kicking or stamping on you, but Paul should have used a bit more sense and just walked away.
Try to adopt a more positive attitude and keep your temper