cristine_reyes_anger_management.jpgActress Cristine Reyes, one of the lead stars of box-office hit No Other Woman, says she no longer uses her Twitter account to vent, PEP.ph reports. Cristine was involved in a Twitter controversy in 2010 when she posted angry Tweets, allegedly about singer-actress Sarah Geronimo. The two were in a feud because of Cristine's current boyfriend, Rayver Cruz. She and Sarah have made up since then, and now Cristine is more discerning about what she Tweets about. 

In an interview with Boy Abunda on news program Bandila on October 5, Cristine revealed how she deals with anger. "Well, dati sa Twitter (Well, before I vented on Twitter)," she is quoted as saying. "Pero hindi na ngayon. Natuto na ako. Paano ko pinapakalma? Lumalabas ako with my friends. Dinner, ganun. (But now, I don't do that anymore. I've learned my lesson. How do I calm myself down? I go out with my friends, have dinner, that kind of thing.)"

Now she just focuses on things that make her happy. "Bukod siyempre sa love life ko, pag nakikita ko yung mga pamangkin ko. (Besides my love life, of course, I also feel happy when I see my nieces and nephews.)"


Do you want to learn how to control your anger, just like Cristine seems to have succeeded in doing? Read this article for tips:
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