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1. Set achievable goals: Setting achievable goals can help boost your confidence. Setting goals that are too far out of reach can lead to disappointment and a lack of confidence. 

 2. Believe in yourself: Believe in your abilities and talents and that you can achieve anything if you put in the effort. Remind yourself often that you are capable and can handle whatever challenge comes your way. 

3. Celebrate successes: Take time to appreciate what you have achieved and celebrate your successes. This will increase your self-confidence by demonstrating that you can succeed. 

4. Practice positive self-talk: Speak kindly to yourself and challenge negative thoughts that diminish your confidence. Replace self-criticism with positive affirmations to help you stay focused on self-improvement. 

5. Take risks: Taking risks can help boost your confidence because it creates opportunities to learn and grow. When you push yourself outside of your comfort zone, you build resilience and self

 Controlled aggression is the use of regulated physical force toward another person with the intention of intimidating them, but not causing them physical harm. It is often used to bring about desired results, such as compliance or verbal acquiescence. It is characterized by the use of body language, facial expressions and verbal commands, as opposed to threatening physical violence. The idea behind controlled aggression is that it is better to use forceful words instead of forceful actions, as this will cause less harm to the other person and help to prevent catastrophic outcomes.

1. Understand your emotions: Recognizing and understanding your anger, frustration, and other intense emotions can help you better manage and control aggression.

2. Set your goals: Have clear goals and objectives for each practice or game, and strive to achieve them without resorting to aggressive acts.

3. Develop sportsmanship: Establish and practice good sportsmanship habits, such as focusing on the process rather than winning or losing, and respect your opponents.

 4. Use positive reinforcement: Encourage and reward positive behavior with praise, acceptance, and affirmative reinforcement.

5. Stay in control: Take a deep breath and try to remain calm when a frustrating situation arises. If necessary, remove yourself from the situation, and regroup.

 6. Speak up: Speak up and let your coach or officiating professional know if you feel a situation is out of control. 

7. Take care: Get plenty of rest, eat healthy meals

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