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Anger becomes a problem when it interferes with a person’s performance and relationships and causes them to get into trouble. Sometimes, anger may result from deeper issues like a traumatic event, low self-esteem, and a loss of a loved one. No matter the cause, it’s important for young people to become aware of this anger and how it’s affecting them.
This "Is Your Anger a Problem?" worksheet for kids and teens is a tool that assesses their anger. It asks them to rate an anger problem depending on how much it applies to them. As a parent, teacher, social worker, or mental health professional, you can teach your child or student anger management techniques like exercising or taking a timeout to feel better.