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    • Grrr... I'm So MAD!
    • What is ANGER?
    • a person is hurt and frustrated Anger helps a person to release the build-up pressure in him. Anger happens when...
      • Violence, eg. fights
      Uncontrolled anger
      • misery, stress
      • or guilt
      Repressing Anger
    • Learn to deal with our own anger and that of other people is important !
    • Two Types of Anger Responses Effective Ineffective
      • It motivates us to improve
      • our surroundings.
      anger responses are effective when… It helps us stand up for ourselves and fight injustices. It warns others not to take advantage of us.
    • Ineffective Anger Responses I HATE YOU!!
      • Shout/ use violent words
      • Dealing with difficult
      • Situations makes one angry
      • Trouble with obeying law
      • lead to violence & injury
      • Severe
      Range of Angry Feelings Mild Moderate
    • MILD Annoyed Irritated Played Out Worn Out Fed Up
    • Moderate Frustrated Annoyed Jealous Disappointed Offended
    • Severe Enraged Maddened Agitated Provoked Disturbed
      • cry
      • yell
      • Fight
      • go to sleep
      • punch other objects
      • confront the bully
      When people get angry…
      • Powerless, Unappreciated,
      • Stupid, Scared, Run away,
      • Want to fight back
      When people are angry, I feel…
    • depression aggression Anger turned inwards Anger turned outwards
    • Causes of Anger
      • When the person feels unjustly treated or hurt
      • They may come from families that are disruptive and hardly communicate.
      • The person cannot get what he wants
      • When corrected for a mistake
      • Constant discomfort- sickness
      • Poor physical environment
      • Alcohol and drugs
      • Terrific Things
      • Beautiful art and craft
      • Soothing music
      • Soft lighting
      • Peaceful People
      • Peace maker
      • Upright person
      • Understanding, sensitive , kind
      • Pleasant Places
      • Seaside, beach
      • Parks & gardens
      • Back to nature
      What Helps Us Calm Down
    • From Mad to Worse
    • Taming My Anger 5 Easy Steps
    • Taking my things Treated unfairly Being left out Rude remarks Being teased 1. Know what pushes your “anger buttons”
    • Thought Signals Action Signals
      • “ I hate myself/ them”
      • “ I feel like screaming /
      • breaking something…”
      • “ I’m going to hit him”
      • “ Nothing seems right!”
      • We may feel shaky/tremble
      • We may want to cry or scream
      • We may squeeze our hands to hit
      • Our head or stomach may
      • feel uncomfortable
    • Feel Hotter Clench fists Head hurts Want to yell 2. Know your body's anger "warning signs"
    • 3. What else did I feel when it happened? What happened that made me angry? &
    • You have a CHOICE! COOL DOWN! 4. Cage your rage
    • Talk It Out Stand Up for Yourself Express Your Feelings 5. Decide what to do
    • 6 Simple Steps to Manage Your Anger 1. Calm down, get ready to talk 2. Say the problem in a firm but respectful way 3. Listen to what the other person has to say 4. Talk about how you feel without blaming, using I- messages 5. Think of ideas to solve it 6. Choose an idea to try and set a timeframe
    • Ways to get the anger out
    • 1. Breathing and Relaxation Breathe deeply and count slowly from one to ten. Slowly repeat calm word (eg. relax) to yourself while breathing deeply. Imagine you are in a calm and peaceful place.
    • Exercising Dancing Playing games 2. Change the environment, do something you like
    • Kicking and punching makes you more aggressive Do NOT do it!
    • VIOLENCE
    • Write/ Draw Your feelings Squeeze a ball Shout in a safe place Talk to someone 3. Release your anger
    • Writing in a diary…
    • I am a powerful person. His words do not affect me. I am strong. I will think of things that make me happy. 4. Work with your mind Positive Self- talk
    • Picture him as a parrot in a cage talking away. 5. Humour & Laughter Picture the name- calling literally! “ He talks so much, just like a parrot!” Adding humour takes your anger away!
    • Keep your COOL Eat right, sleep well Know your feelings Write down your thoughts and feelings Do relaxation exercises Learn to forgive and forget Choose friends to help you feel good Speak to a counsellor
      • The anger is yours.
      • You can choose NOT to be angry.
      Remember:
    • Quiz Time
    • Thank you!