By Elizabeth Verdick, Marjorie Lisovskis
Anger is part of existence. We can’t steer clear of it, we shouldn’t stuff it, and we can’t make it leave. youngsters need assistance studying the way to deal with their anger. This publication speaks on to them and provides techniques they could commence utilizing instantly. mixing good info and sound suggestion with jokes and humorous cartoons, it courses little ones to appreciate that anger is basic and will be expressed in lots of ways—some fit, a few no longer. It teaches them how one can realize anger in themselves and others, how one can deal with events and feelings (loneliness, guilt, frustration, worry) that result in or masks anger, and the way to accommodate the anger they suppose. younger readers study that violence isn't appropriate and there are higher, more secure, extra optimistic how you can unravel conflicts. in addition they detect what to do whilst humans round them are indignant, find out how to get support, and the way to find different assets (books, hotlines, university teams) once they desire extra help.
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Doing something is important because it means you’re taking action. The trick is, don’t take a negative action, like hurting someone with your fists or your words. You want to make a good choice, not a bad one. When you make a good choice, you show your anger that YOU are the boss. 43 Here are three positive things you can do: Talk it out. The important word here is talk. When you’re angry, you might be tempted to yell or shout. Or you might stop talking altogether. Instead, tell somebody how you feel.
But anger is never an excuse for being mean or doing rude things like . . * slamming the door so hard the pictures fall off the walls * calling your teacher Dog Breath * blaming everyone in the world for making you angry * holding down your little brother and dribbling a loogy on his face * secretly putting salt in your sister’s milkshake * writing a nasty note and giving it to the person you’re mad at. (Look at it this way: the note is written proof that you’re being mean. ) It’s all their fault.
That’s because anger is often a mask that hides another feeling. Anger is sometimes a cover-up for: * frustration * fear * sadness * shame * disappointment * jealousy * guilt Why the disguise? It might be because those other feelings are hard to face or talk about. It’s easier to get mad than to admit to yourself that you might be disappointed, jealous of someone, or ashamed of something you did. That’s French. 37 Next time you get mad, stop and think about what’s going on. ” Here’s an example: Maybe your best friend got voted class president and is getting all sorts of attention because of it.
How to Take the Grrrr Out of Anger by Elizabeth Verdick, Marjorie Lisovskis