Send the link below via email or IMCopy
Present to your audienceStart remote presentation
- Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
- People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
- This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
- A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
- Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article
Transcript of Anger Management!
Skills needed in dealing with your anger:
Identify a range of feelings, including anger.
Identify aggressive acts by self and others from these aggressive acts.
Identify self destructive behavior.
Identify thoughts prior to aggressive acts.
Identify internal cues to feelings of anger.
Develop coping mechanisms for dealing with anger.
Express anger without loss of control.
Identify a range of feelings including anger:
I am in charge of my own feelings
I own my feelings.
It is OKAY to feel angry.
Anger is part of being human.
I learn how to express my anger in helpful ways.
Identify aggressive acts shown by self and others:
Kick someone or something.
Get in someone's face.
Shoving, grabbing, hitting.
Call someone names.
Give someone a dirty look.
Get others to "gang up".
I choose to feel good about myself through expressing my feelings:
I express angry feelings in ways that are fair to me and others.
I use fair words (i.e. "I feel _____ when you..."
The more I learn to take care of my anger, the more powerful I become:
I need to control what I do with my anger.
I control how I let my anger out.
I practice cooling off.
I watch my thoughts.
Anger or Aggression?
Know the difference between anger and aggression.
Anger is an emotion, and it is OKAY to be angry.
Aggression is acting out inappropriately, and it is NOT OKAY.
Learn to check you aggression and express your anger appropriately.
Ways to Keep Cool
Get enough sleep!
Write about feelings!
More Ways to Keep Cool
Find a quiet place
Take a time out.
Find fun distractions.
Make good decisions about what you see and hear
Choose friends who make you feel good.
Forgive & Forget!
Identify potential consequences of your anger to others and yourself, what can that mean for you?
Physical harm to someone or self.
Destruction of property.
Loss of family/friends.
Loss of job.
Loss social privileges.
Going to jail.
Getting a bad reputation.
Identify self-destructive behavior. How does that hurt or help you?
Blaming everyone else
Taking everything personally
Looking for fights
Blaming only keeps people upset.
Blaming is a way of not respecting people.
I express my feelings and then try to work things out.
Identify internal cues to feelings of anger:
Stomach gets tight/upset
Heart is beating faster
Feel myself getting flushed
Pressure on my temples
I don't have to hold on to my anger.
I find ways to let it go
I talk about hurt and angry feelings.
I look for someone to discuss my anger.
I discuss my words and actions that hurt others.
Steps to Taming Your Anger
I stop blaming others and myself
Know what pushes your buttons.
Know your body's anger signs.
STOP and THINK!
Cage your rage, it's your choice.
Decide what to do.
I take power
I stand up for myself and others being hurt.
I learn to defeat negative self-talk.
I feel good about learning about myself.
I am strong when I use fair and firm words instead of fists.
I remember that people are Precious.
I watch my thoughts, words, and actions.
I stop hurting people with my words and actions.
I take ownership of the hurtful things that I say and do.
"Bullying" hurts everyone.
Steps to Resolve Conflict
Name the Problem.
Pick the Best Solution.
Evaluate the Solution.
Make Changes, if necessary.
Can you identify any of the steps in resolving conflict, controlling your anger, and avoiding aggressive behavior?
Show Mutual Respect.
Name the Problem.
Choose the Best Solution.
Review the Solution that was picked.