self-mastery

[self-mas-tuh-ree, -mah-stuh-, self-]
noun

Origin:
1855–60

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He must, by custom and repeated exercise of self-mastery, get his nerves thoroughly under control.
Those that see self-mastery as a journey and not a means to an end, measure success and reward on a different scale.
Researchers will also explore maternal levels of depression, parenting stress, and maternal self-mastery and self-sufficiency.
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