Things that are upsetting, such as getting a bad grade at school, being bullied, or losing at a game can cause a teen or adolescent to feel angry. While anger is a normal feeling, it becomes a problem if teens are unaware of it and express it in ways that harm themselves and other people.
Parents, teachers, social workers, and mental health professionals may use this worksheet as an assessment tool to understand a teenager's anger triggers and help them control their emotions through healthy coping skills. Knowing what makes them angry is also an important step toward being able to handle it well and maintaining their mental health.
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