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  • 1. Expressing Emotions in Healthy Way Mr. Battista
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  • 3. What is anger?
    • Anger is the feeling of being irritated or annoyed. Anger is usually a response to being hurt, frustrated, insulted, or rejected.
    • An anger trigger is a thought or event that causes someone to be angry.
    • An anger cue is a body change that occurs when a person is angry.
  • 4. Hidden anger and Hostility
    • Anger that is not recognized or expressed in an appropriate way is hidden anger.
    • The following types of behavior may be signs of hidden anger.
    • Being negative
    • Making cruel remarks
    • Being sarcastic
    • Procrastinating
    • Blowing up easily
  • 5. Projection and Displacement
    • Two ways of expressing anger inappropriately.
    • Projection- Blaming others for actions or events for which they are not responsible.
    • Displacement- Releasing anger on something other than the cause.
  • 6. Anger Management skills
    • Use self-statements to control anger.
    • Use I messages instead of YOU messages.
    • Reduce the effects of anger with physical activity.
    • Breathe deeply.
    • Keep a sense of humor.
    • Rehearse what to do in anger trigger situations.
    • Talk with a parent, guardian, friend, or mentor.
  • 7. STRESS
  • 8. General Adaptation Syndrome (G.A.S.)
    • G.A.S. is a series of body changes that result from stress.
  • 9. Stage 1
    • The Alarm Stage - In this stage the body gets ready for quick action. During this stage adrenaline is secreted into the blood stream.
    • Adrenaline is a hormone that prepares the body to react during times of stress or in an emergency.
    • This is also referred to as the “fight or flight” response.
  • 10. Body changes in Stage 1(Alarm)
    • Pupils dilate to improve vision.
    • Hearing sharpens.
    • Saliva decreases.
    • Heart rate and blood rate increase to provide muscles with blood.
    • Bronchioles dilate to increase oxygen supply to muscles.
    • Digestion slows to increase blood flow to muscles
    • Muscles tighten.
  • 11. Stage 2
    • The Resistance Stage - This is the point where your body tries to regain internal balance. Adrenenaline has stopped being secreted to the body.
  • 12. Body changes in Stage 2 (Resistance)
    • Pupils constrict
    • Heat rate is normal
    • Saliva increases
    • Heart rate and blood rate decrease
    • Bronchiolies constrict
    • Intestinal secretions increase to normal
    • Blood flow to muscles decrease
    • Muscles relax
  • 13. Stage 1 and 2
    • The first two stages are normal and healthful. The alarm stage helps you respond. After the response, the resistance stage helps your body to return to normal levels. But, some people are not able to deal with stress. As a result, their bodies are in the alarm stage for long periods of time which results in Stage 3.
  • 14. Stage 3
    • The Exhaustion Stage - Wear and tear on the body increase risks of injury, illness, and premature death.
  • 15. Stress-Management Skills
  • 16. How to Prevent and Deal with Stressful Situations
    • Use responsible decesion making.
    • Keep a time-management plan.
    • Keep a budget.
    • Talk with parents, guardians, or other responsible adults.
    • Make sure you have a support network of friends.
    • All these things can help you develop stress-management skills,
  • 17. How do you make sure you stay healthy during stressful times?
    • Physical Activity.
    • Write a journal.
    • Use breathing techniques.
    • Eat a healthful diet.
    • Get plenty of rest and sleep.