How can I control my emotion and give a fake smile to others?
It takes a lot of practice. Kill them with kindness, and eventually you won't be faking it. You will be smiling for your own piece of mind.
The problem word there is "fake." Why do you have to fake? Be real, if you are sad, that is not a character defect. If someone asks how are you, or you seem sad, if they are truly asking because they care you can tell them as much as you want and perhaps they will help you. If it's someone who is not really concerned but just making conversation, just tell them you are having a bad day and thanks for asking. It is not a sin to be sad.
giving a fake smile to others isnt controling your emotion at all rather than hiding them if you want to learn how to control your emtion you need to start by not trying to hide them
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