Health Class Grade 4
Mental Health
How to be
Angry!
ANGER
• Anger is one of a
number of
emotions that are
natural reactions.
Understanding Anger
• Recognizing when
your angry is a
healthy thing to do.
Think about why you’re angry
Sometimes it’s
easy for us to
understand why
we’re angry and
sometimes we
have to work
harder...
Response to Anger
• Sometimes waiting
to respond is a
good idea
but
• avoiding the
causes of your
anger will usually
cause...
So what do I do?
Anger, if not
restrained, is
frequently more
hurtful to us than
the injury that
provokes it.
-- Seneca.
Staying angry can make you
feel worse!
Holding on to
anger is like
grasping a hot coal
with the intent of
throwing it at
s...
Find ways to return to good
feelings
• Think about how you
can make the
situation better.
• Look for ways to
resolve the p...
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  1. 1. Health Class Grade 4 Mental Health How to be Angry!
  2. 2. ANGER • Anger is one of a number of emotions that are natural reactions.
  3. 3. Understanding Anger • Recognizing when your angry is a healthy thing to do.
  4. 4. Think about why you’re angry Sometimes it’s easy for us to understand why we’re angry and sometimes we have to work harder to find out why we’re angry
  5. 5. Response to Anger • Sometimes waiting to respond is a good idea but • avoiding the causes of your anger will usually cause more problems…for you! People who fly into a rage always make a bad landing. -- Will Rogers The greatest remedy for anger is delay. -- Seneca.
  6. 6. So what do I do? Anger, if not restrained, is frequently more hurtful to us than the injury that provokes it. -- Seneca.
  7. 7. Staying angry can make you feel worse! Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned. -- Buddha.
  8. 8. Find ways to return to good feelings • Think about how you can make the situation better. • Look for ways to resolve the problem for the future. • Find ways to feel good again!
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