Whether personal, economic or legal, any kind of crisis strains our brains. Our thinking is wrecked, our emotions frazzled. Panic sets in. Among the worst are those crises that threaten our credibility and our trust among those we need – our family, our friends, and often our clients in professional life. How do we keep our heads when those around us may be losing theirs? How do we restore waning trust when a crisis erupts? Two “damage control” masters, attorneys Christopher Lehane and Mark Fabiani, offer a user manual of sorts in their new book, Masters of Disaster: The Ten Commandments of Damage Control. First among damage control principles is “Do no harm.”  We must counter our tendency to cover up our mistakes. Instead, come…