To handle yourself, use your head; to handle others, use your heart. – Eleanor Roosevelt

To handle yourself, use your head; to handle others, use your heart. - Eleanor Roosevelt

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If you want to control yourself, make sure that you aren’t flowing where your heart wants to take you! It is essential that you don’t get carried away, rather make sure to use your moment in the times of crisis.

If you use your brain, it would become easier for you to make your decisions wisely. If you plan wisely and act accordingly, things will get less complicated and you will always have your backup idea to support you in case any of your plan fails.

Taking up a decision through your head simply means that you are well aware of the consequences that may take place in your life if any of the plans fail.

On the other hand, if you are using your heart, you are simply playing through your emotions and thus, you have no assurance where to land upon in case any of your plan sucks. Therefore, you should always be handling yourself with your brain.

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On the contrary, you should be sympathetic and considerate while judging others. If you are handling people around you, it is important that you take your heart into the play.

You cannot always estimate others’ situations through your brain. You need to be a little more sensitive and think as per your hearts’ say. Putting yourself into others’ play will help in resolving things at ease.

Not everything happens according to formulas, and so is life. You should ensure that your heart counts your as well as others’ emotions and perceptions according to the circumstances while chalking out a decision.

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