Aggression Cycle
Overview
Anger Triggers
Anger & the family
Dealing with Anger
100

The emotion that “stands in” for others that are more difficult to express.

What is anger?

100

Anger can be controlled

What is true?

100

Who gets angry?

What is everyone

100

certain behaviors surrounding anger are learned. True or False

What is true

100

To decrease feeling a 10 on the anger scale I can tell myself to slow down and b______.


What is breathing

200

This 5 step approach includes: identifying the problem, the feeling, the impact, deciding to address or let go, and addressing the problem.

What is the conflict resolution model?



200

Anger automatically leads to aggression

What is False/

200

Name somethings that could be a trigger

any answer
200

Examples include your friend, your family, your sponsor, your therapist.


What are your social supports

200

Explain your anger instead of expressing it, and you will find solutions instead of arguments.


What is true

300

The way you expressed anger cannot be changed.

What is False.


300

 True or False. People may not realize something is a trigger.

What is true

300

How do you plan on dealing with your anger?

400

Name some signs of anger? (How do you recognize you or someone else is angry?)

What is sweating, feeling sick, feeling hot, body shaking, or heavy breathing.

500

Name three anger rules.

Don't hurt someone else.

Don't hurt yourself.

Don't damage property.

500

Name the 5 parts of the cycle of anger.

 


What is triggering event, what is negative thoughts, what is emotional response, what is physical symptoms, and what is behavioral response. 



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