Young people who feel angry may express their feelings in different ways, such as crying, saying mean things, or shutting down. Helping them manage anger starts with developing an awareness and understanding of their anger-related behaviors.
Use our anger behaviors worksheet as an assessment tool where they need to place a check mark beside each behavior during moments of anger and frustration. After answering this worksheet, you may teach them helpful anger coping skills such as deep breathing, imagining a peaceful place, and letting go of negative feelings.
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