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Blow-Ups And Rages: Learning To Manage Your Anger

19 minutes

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Anger is a natural response to many of life's most troubling situations, but all too often explosions of teen anger can be harmful and hurtful. Hostility and anger can devastate a teen's life, destroy relationships, cloud effective thinking, impact school performance, affect physical health and ruin future career plans. Uses dramatic, thought-provoking interviews with real teenagers. Although it is easy to lose emotional control in school, at home, and with friends, there are ways to resist exploding in anger or defiance. An adolescent psychologist offers viewers a wealth of commonsense tips and advice that helps them cope with their emotional or angry responses to daily stresses. Tips include: recognizing anger triggers, taking a breath before reacting, defusing situations by talking, learning relaxation techniques and more.

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    Teri B. (Wickatunk, NJ)
    October 25th, 2018 at 09:41 AM

    My classified middle school students loved this video.

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    Teri B. (Wickatunk, NJ)
    October 25th, 2018 at 09:16 AM

    Our classified middle school population found this relevant and engaging.

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    Teri B. (Wickatunk, NJ)
    October 17th, 2018 at 11:10 AM

    I highly recommend this video. I have shown it to a number of classified middle school students and it completely held their interest. They could relate to the negative consequences of aggression and they found the strategies described in the video to be relevant and useful.