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Topic - Sanja Marjanovic
Sanja Marjanovic, a psychologist from Belgrade, said that modern science looks for ways to control frustrations before they explode into full-blown rage.
"In a stressful situation, one can count to ten, or take calm, deep breaths," she said. "It's much more useful to practice yoga."