The Smoke Coming Out of My Ears is Saying...

By TLC
Posted on November 10, 2013, in Anger

Directions:
Ask the child to write words or draw pictures of the things that really make them mad under the picture.

Reframing:
Well, you know, I certainly understand why those things make you mad. I get mad about things too. But, we have to find ways to handle being mad without hurting ourselves or hurting other people. Some things we can do when we are mad are to...

Then ask:
What do you do when you are mad that helps to make you feel better and calm down?

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