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Helping Teens Manage Anger

Training to Help Teens Manage Anger And Resolve Conflicts Peacefully: P.E.A.C.E. Inc.
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How do you decide when to let something go or deal with it? CT-Purchase, N.Y.

If you choose to deal with the issue straight out there are two goals to accomplish. The first is to tell the other person how his or her actions made you feel. The second is to let this person know the effect this action had on you.

One way to accomplish this objective is to use the “I Statement.”


Example
“I felt angry (your feeling) when you yelled at me in front of other people(the behavior) because (the reason for the feeling) it embarrassed me.

This method allows you to express your feeling without blaming the other person and causing more problems between the two of you. It also gives the other person the opportunity to understand what’s going on that caused problems between you and them. Many times this person may not realize the effect of their words or behavior had on you. This approach may help to prevent this person from acting like this again.

Even if this person doesn’t seem to understand why you are upset, or seem to care, you’ve given yourself the chance to let your feelings out rather than let them build up inside of you.

If you don’t deal with the situation, you may find that it effects your attitude, not only towards the person who caused the feeling in you, but also to other people you care about.


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