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When young people are aware of negative emotions, they can communicate them and cope instead of acting out. As a parent, teacher, or mental health professional, one of the strategies you can use to help them is to let them keep an anger diary.
This one-page Anger Diary is a therapeutic tool that tracks their anger triggers, thoughts, responses, and consequences (positive or negative) throughout the week. Feel free to print as many copies as needed to better understand their anger issues and guide them through finding healthy anger management solutions.
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