Controlling your emotions doesn’t mean ignoring them. It means you recognize them and act on them when you deem it appropriate, not randomly and uncontrollably.Ask yourself, “What is another way to look at the situation that is more rational and more balanced. When deciding what to do, it’s important to make sure it’s a conscious choice, not a reaction to another, competing emotion. Don't give others the power to control your emotions. Those are only yours and it is only for you to manipulate.
What are your moral principles? What do you want the outcome of this situation to be? Ultimately, which is the decision you’d be most proud of? This is where religious guidance comes into play for many people.
Which course of action is the most likely to result in the outcome you desire? but, there’s a good chance that will be insulted if you turn your back. Maybe it’s better to apologize and keep him talking until he calms down.