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- Anger Management and Conflict Resolution
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- How many of you have handled your anger in the past this way? Silent treatment Swearing Fighting/ hitting someone Taking it out on someone else Shouting Keeping feelings in
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- According to researchers, these are all SECOND GRADE behaviors.
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- Most mature middle schoolers NEED to learn new ways to handle their anger or resolve their arguments.
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- You need to Take control before you Lose control.
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- Here are the ten most effective ways, teens your age DEAL WITH THEIR ANGER in a more positive way:
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- 1. Calm Down- Take three big deep breaths as you count to ten. 2. Communicate! Try and talk it out in a low voice! Say how you feel and use the I Formula.
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- 3. Cool off and see if you can discuss it later. 4. Do something physical to release anger. ( Remember: soft and inanimate
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- 5. Try to compromise and make it a win-win situation. 6. Consider the consequences of your choice.
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- 7. Do something positive /fun/etc. to get your mind off your angry feelings. 8. Sort things out.
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- 9. Stop and think of why you are angry. 10.Admit you are angry and think of a positive and healthy way to deal with your anger.
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- These are top ten most effective ways teens your age DEAL WITH CONFLICT OR BEING IN AN ARGUMENT!
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- 1.Agree to disagree 2. Communicate - I formula low voices
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- 3. Skip It. (Ask yourself of its even worth it.) 4. Walk away. Cool off. (if appropriate.)
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- 5. Give a little get a little. Compromise. ( Split the difference.) 6. Ask if you can deal with it later.
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- 7. Say, Your probably right but 8.Apologize and be a more mature person.
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- 9. Laugh it off respectfully 10.Flip a coin. to determine who wins!
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- Announcement! All Eyes on Learning LCAP Parent Meeting Today, Wednesday, February 4, 2015 6:00 p.m. at Lathrop Intermediate School Your parents/guardian are invited to attend the community meeting to: Be a part of the conversation to ensure success for all SAUSD students including yourself Hear the outcome from last springs All Eyes on Learning meetings Provide your feedback on where we are in the LCAP Each student will receive 2 Pride Tickets at the meeting if their parents/guardian attend the LCAP meeting this evening.
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