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Anger Coping Skills Worksheet
On this page, we will provide you with an Anger Coping Skills Worksheet. It will help you to learn different strategies to cope up with your anger.
What is Anger Coping Skills Worksheet?
Anger is a normal human emotion that becomes problematic when it is expressed in unhealthy ways. Managing anger doesn’t mean you are not going to experience it or never feel it, it means you will learn ways to manage it, cope with it effectively. Coping with anger can be challenging but if learned then you can utilize anger as a healthy coping mechanism.
How Anger Coping Skills Worksheet will help?
To cope up with anger you are supposed to identify the triggers first, what makes you angry and lose your control. You should try to divert your anger towards some positive activities. E.g going out for a walk, deep breathing. The best way to calm down might be to change the channel in your brain and focus on something else altogether.
Instructions on how to use the Anger Coping Skills Worksheet
To learn anger management skills, it is very important to learn about your triggers, what makes you angry, the severity of your anger, and the intensity at which you lose your temper. By walking away, diverting your thoughts towards something positive you will be able to effectively cope up with your anger.
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