True/False
How to deal with emotions?
Vocabulary
Feeling for your thought
Which emotion is this?
100

There are good feelings & bad feelings.

What is False? 

Feelings are not good or bad, right or wrong, they are just feelings. They can be inaccurate or unhelpful, depending on the situation, but not good or bad.

100

In through your nose, down into your belly, out through your mouth.

What is deep breathing?

100
The feeling of displeasure, being very irritated or annoyed.
What is anger?
100

The emotion caused by thinking "I like this"

What is Happy?

100

You are smiling.

What is happy?

Some people also smile when they are nervous, even if they aren't happy.

200

You can have more than one feeling at a time.

What is True?

Sometimes several emotions can be described with one word (such as happy and sad as "bittersweet"), but sometimes we feel emotions about one thought at the same time as emotions about something completely different.

200

Being away from the group to calm your body and your thoughts

What is a time out?

200

A feeling you have when you fear something bad will happen to you or someone else.

What is worry?

200

The emotion caused by thinking "Danger" or "This could hurt me"

What is Fear/Scared?

200

Your fists are clenched, your face is red, your body is hot.

What is anger?

300

Other people can make me feel a certain way.

What is False?

Our feelings come from our thoughts, so others do not have the power to make us feel bad unless we allow them to.

300
Using words to describe your thoughts and feelings to someone you trust.
What is talk it out?
300
Feeling ashamed or embarrassed because of your actions.
What is guilty?
300

The emotion caused by thinking "Not fair"

What is Anger?

300
You are slumped in your chair and you can't keep your eyes open.
What is tired?
400

Crying is a normal reaction to strong feelings.

What is True?

Crying releases tension. Some scientists believe it releases stress hormones too, which is why we feel better after a good cry.

400

Writing down thoughts and feelings about what you experience.

What is journaling?

400

An emotion you have when you lose something and know you can't get it back.

What is sadness?

400

The emotion caused by thinking "I did bad"

What is Guilt?

400

You don't understand the question so you are staring at the teacher with scrunched eyebrows.

What is confused?

500

Ignoring your feelings makes them go away.

What is False?

Ignoring feelings only makes them grow more intense. Like a pressure valve, they will slowly seep out or explode in unintended and potentially harmful ways.

500

Thinking about the thoughts that created our emotions, identifying thinking mistakes, and changing our thinking to change the emotion.

What is cognitive coping?

500

A feeling you have when you are really looking forward to something.

What is excited?

500

The emotion caused by thinking "I am bad"

What is Shame?

500

You're crying, you have a frown, you are slumped down.

What is sad?

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