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Anger management in students

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  • 1. Pathfinder PATHFINDER GLOBAL Global School, SCHOOL, PATAUDI Pataudi :PRESENTATION ONANGER MANAGEMENT IN STUDENTS Presentation by: Divyashu Sharma Presentation by: School Counsellor Divyashu Sharma (School Counsellor) 1
  • 2. INTRODUCTION Do you find yourself fuming when someone cuts you off in traffic? Does your blood pressure go through the roof when your child refuses to cooperate? Or any situation makes you angry in daily life. 2
  • 3. Myths about anger Anger is dangerous We should not express our anger Anger is bad Anger is good Anger is sin Males have more anger Anger is a normal and even healthy emotion — but its important to deal with it in a positive way. Uncontrolled anger can take a toll on both your health and your relationships.
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  • 5. Negative effects Positive effectsof anger of anger Bodily system becomes • Energize us to do something rigid and impure • Enable us to assertive We damage or abuse others • Help us to survive Broken relationship • It is a way of communication“Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the • Motivate us to take action intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the Nobody makes you angry without one who gets burned.” - your concern Buddha
  • 6. Causes of anger  High expectation  Faulty perception and thinking  Personality factor  Poor communication skills  Poor emotional control “Anger will never disappear so long as thoughts of resentment are cherished in the mind. Anger will disappear just as soon as thoughts of resentment are forgotten.” -Buddha
  • 7. How do you act when Angry? Judgmental Hate Blame Preoccupied Take revenge Distrust“Anger and intolerance are the enemies of correct understanding.” -Gandhi
  • 8. ANGER MANAGEMENTCAUSES OF ANGER FALL INTO TWO CATEGORIES: EXTERNAL STRESSORS INTERNAL STRESSORS 8
  • 9. ANGER MANAGEMENTEXTERNAL STRESSORMAY BE MAJOR LIFE EVENTS: MOVING DEATH OF SPOUSE, FAMILY MEMBER OR FRIEND DIVORCEMAY BE CAUSED BY EVERYDAY PRESSURES SUCH AS:•FINANCIAL•DEADLINES•ARGUMENTS•FAMILY CONCERNS•LACK OF SLEEP 9
  • 10. ANGER MANAGEMENTINTERNAL STRESSORS“INSIDE OURSELVES”THIS TYPE OF STRESSOR MAY PLAY A GREATER ROLE IN THE ANGER OF DAILY LIFEEXAMPLES ARE:• “VALUES AND BELIEFS”• FAITH• GOALS• SELF-IMAGE• EXPECTATIONS OF SELVES & OTHERS 10
  • 11. ANGER MANAGEMENTANGER DRIVEN BY HORMONES HORMONES ACT LIKE A CONDUCTOR HORMONES INNERVATE BODY SYSTEMS/ ORGANS 11
  • 12. ANGER MANAGEMENTWHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE ARE ANGRY: HYPOTHALAMUS STIMULATES PITUITARY PITUITARY RELEASES ACTH INTO BLOOD ACTH STIMULATES ADRENAL GLANDS TO SECRETE FURTHER CHEMICALS THAT AFFECT OTHER ORGAN SYSTEMS WHAT WE NOTICE: HEART RATE SPEEDS UP BP RISES BREATHING SPEEDS UP BLOOD TO MUSCLES SWEATING BLOOD SUGAR INCREASES 12
  • 13. ANGER MANAGEMENT Common symptoms of Anger:Physical Mental Behavioural CognitiveMuscle tension Worry, Guilt Tardiness Personality ChangeVomiting/ Nausea Nervousness Serious Appearance Become depressedHeadaches Frustration Increased Feel helpless/ frustration & hopeless irritableJaw, Neck, Back Moodiness Prone to accidents & Become explosive/Pain addictions impulsiveSleep disturbances Nightmares Overreacting Exaggerated FearsDry Mouth/ Sweaty Diminished Rushing & Tiredness Develop Anxiety/Palms Concentration PanicUpper respiratory Impaired Memory or Nervous habits Develop Physicalinfections, Appetite forgetfulness Problems includingvaries CV disease, HBP, Ulcers, MigraineCold Hands Reduce productivityBreathing changes Social withdrawal 13(eg. Shallow,sighing)
  • 14. Anger Management How Do I Do It? 14
  • 15.  Skills needed in dealing with your anger:1. Identify a range of feelings including anger2. Identify aggressive acts by self and others3. Identify the potential consequences to self and other from these aggressive acts4. Identify self-destructive behavior5. Identify thoughts prior to aggressive acts6. Identify internal cues to feelings of anger7. Develop coping mechanisms for dealing with anger8. Express anger without loss of control 15
  • 16. ANGER MANAGEMENT Identify a range of  Embarrassment feelings including  Excitement anger:  Disappointment  Jealousy  Fear  Helpless  Sadness  Left-out 16
  • 17. ANGER MANAGEMENT I am in charge of my own feelings:1. I own my feelings.2. It is okay to feel angry.3. Anger is part of being human.4. I learn how to express my anger in helpful ways. 17
  • 18. ANGER MANAGEMENT  Throw something  Kick someone or Identify aggressive something acts shown by self  Get in someone’s face and others:  Shoving, grabbing, hitting  Break something  Call someone names  Give someone a dirty look  Silent treatment  Get others to “gang up”  Spread rumors 18
  • 19. ANGER MANAGEMENT I choose to feel good about myself through expressing my feelings.1.I express angry feelings in ways that are fair to others and me.2.I use fair words…e.g. “I feel when you” 19
  • 20. ANGER MANAGEMENT  The more I learn to take care of my anger the more powerful I become. 1. I need to control what I do with my anger. 2. I control how I let my anger out. 3. I practice cooling off. 4. I watch my thoughts. 20
  • 21. ANGER MANAGEMENT Identify potential  Physical harm to consequences of someone or self  Destruction of property your anger to others and  Loss of family/friends yourself…what can  Loss of job that mean for you?  Loss of social privileges  Going to jail  Getting a bad reputation 21
  • 22. ANGER MANAGEMENT Identify self-  Negative self-talk destructive  Blaming everyone else behavior…How does  Taking everything personally that help or hurt  Assuming you?  Overeating, drinking  Driving recklessly  Taking drugs  Looking for fights  Feeling outraged 22
  • 23. ANGER MANAGEMENT I stop blaming others and myself.1. Blaming only keeps people upset.2. Blaming is a way of not respecting people.3. I express my feelings and then try to work things out. 23
  • 24. ANGER MANAGEMENT Identify thoughts  You did that on purpose… prior to aggressive  You wanted to hurt me… acts:  You deserve this…  You never even asked me…  You’re being unreasonable…  You think you’re so good…  I’ll show you…  You started it…  There’s no justice… 24
  • 25. ANGER MANAGEMENT Identify internal  Stomach gets tight/upset cues to feelings of anger:  Heart is beating faster  Clenching fists  Feel myself getting flushed  Pressure on my temples  Sweaty palms  Clenched jaw 25
  • 26. ANGER MANAGEMENT Calm down Show mutual respect Name the problem Find solutions Choose the best solution Congratulate yourself Review the solution that was picked 26
  • 27. ANGER MANAGEMENTLOVE, PRAY, FORGIVE REALIZE THAT MOST STRESSCOMES FROM WITHIN, NOT WITHOUT. TAKE TIME TO SMELL THE FLOWERSAND TASTE THE STRAWBERRIES. 27
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