You’re a secret agent undercover. Heart-pounding fear starts to brim inside. But you steel yourself to try and smoothly keep your feelings on the DL so you don’t alert your enemies to your presence and risk revealing all-important secrets. Alright, we don’t exactly encounter that everyday, but the same line of thought applies. Rude customers, awful roommates or obnoxious classmates can trigger powerful feeling, making us want to scream, sob or dramatically flip tables. Of course, most of the time we can’t respond like that. Learning how to control your emotions can seem impossible, but then again none of us want to end up killed by the enemy. Or more realistically, fired or in the middle of World War III with our roommates.