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Asked by wishbone25 on November 8, 2016
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I find music helps me, as does taking a short break between games. Other than that, just try and focus on improving and don't put too much importance on winning any individual game. It's easier said than done, but if you get in the right mindset it's a lot easier to play through losses.
TURN. OFF. YOUR. CHAT.
With respect to breaks between games, again I agree with PsiGuard short breaks after games are good. Think about making some notes about the game. How did the match-up go? Get invaded and give up first blood, what happened? Could you have flashed over a wall?
If you lose two games in a row, especially ranked games, take a long break. Play another game. Play an ARAM and focus on your team fighting or something like that.
You most likely will never play with the 4 other people on your team again assuming soloqueue. It is about improving yourself and your game, not what your teammates are doing
Winning lane, but the rest of your team is having problems? Take your tower, push out the minion wave and look to rotate to other lanes to make plays.
Are you getting trashed, but have some CC? okay, then you are CC bot that peels for your teammates that are doing better or use it to set up picks and then come back and peel.
Also if things look ****py in champion select (e.g., someone insists on Galio support and you can feel your neck start to tighten up at the thought) then dodge.