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5. Which one of the following actions is more appropriate for dealing with major frustrations than with minor frustrations? A. Gaining control of your life B. Performing a physical activity C. Blowing off steam D. Using positive self-talk
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User: 5. Which one of the following actions is more appropriate for dealing with major frustrations than with minor frustrations? A. Gaining control of your life B. Performing a physical activity C. Blowing off steam D. Using positive self-talk

Weegy: Gaining control of your life : is more appropriate for dealing with major frustrations than with minor frustrations.
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User: 6. If you reach a "plateau period" in your job, A. immediately begin to look for another job. B. complain to your supervisor. C. something serious has gone wrong. D. be patient and learn all you can about the job.

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If you reach a "plateau period" in your job, be patient and learn all you can about the job.
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