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Realistic Coping
True or False
Anger
Identify yo feelings
100

You felt happy and why

100

This coping skill typically involves moving your legs over a small or large distance to get away from your original location for a bit

Taking a walk/run

100

Sometimes anger is a cover-up for another emotion.

TRUE

100

What is a trigger for your anger? How does you body react to this trigger?

Identification of anger trigger and physical reaction

100

Sometimes anger is a cover-up for another emotion. Give an example of this.

Example must include instance of displayed anger and identification of underlying differing emotion.

200

You felt really sad and why

200

This coping skill can involve pencil and paper

Journaling 

Will accept drawing

200

The amygdala helps coordinate emotional responses to things in your environment, especially those that trigger an emotional responses like anger and fear.

True

200

Is holding in your anger healthy? Why or why not?

Contestent opinion.

200

Every person in your friend group bought the newest and most awesome pair of Jordans/Vans/Whatever Shoes You Love. You don't have the money for them and your parents/guardians won't buy them for you. What are you feeling?

Jealousy/Disappointment/Up for debate 

Anger can be accepted IF a different CORE feeling is identified

300

You felt proud of your work and why.

 

300

This coping skill involves another trusted human being

Calling/meeting up with a friend/family member.

300

Addiction typically exists hand in hand with negative emotions like depression, anxiety, loneliness, and even anger.

True

300

What chemical does your brain send out when you're angry? A. Amygdaline B. Highenergyaline c. Adrenaline

C. Adrenaline

300

You check Snapchat and see that your friends went to the movies without inviting you. They even saw the movie you were dying to see. Identify this feeling.

Hurt/Sad/Disappointed 

Anger is accepted BUT core feeling must be identified too.

400

You showed anger but, deep down, you were upset, sad, or disappointed. 

1. Identification of angry time. 2. Identification of real feeling.

400

Juice WRLD created this to help cope with his personal anxiety - could also be used as a coping skill for any of his fans

Writing lyrics/Creating music/Listening to music
400

Hitting someone is a good way to release anger. 

FALSE. 

400

How much blood gets pumped around your body per minute when you are angry? A. 10 liters B. 16 liters C. 20 liters 

C. 20 liters

400

DOUBLE JEAOPARY --- Double Points

Your girlfriend/boyfriend/significant other has been sending Snapchat selfies to your best friend. You catch a quick glance at your best friend's phone and see the 100 emoji next to their name - signifying that they have been snapping each other consistently for at least  100 days. How are you feeling? What is your first reaction? How could you react to this in a healthy way?

Contestent opinion

500

You were triggered and reacted negatively or poorly. How could you react in future situations that give you better results?

1. Shared triggering moment. 2. Shared negative reaction. 3. Shared positive reaction.

500

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5DqTuWve9t8

Complete this breathing exercise.

Displayed uninterrupted following of video. 

500

Celebrities and athletes do not suffer from anxiety, depression, or mental health disorders.

False. Basketball players such as Kevin Love and Delonte West, and celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Missy Elliott have all shared struggles with depression and anxiety. 

500

Think ahead to the next week. What might make you angry? Name a realistic coping skill that you would ACTUALLY utilize if this happens.

1. Identification of potential anger. 2. Realistic coping skill

500

You brought your grade up from failing to a B. You actually studied and worked on homework, even though you do not like your teacher. How are you feeling?

Proud/Happy/Confident 

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