Coping
Feelings
Trauma
Thought, feeling, action
Positive
100

What squeezing a lemon looks like.

Making a fist
100

How we know we are happy.

Smile

100

Who experiences trauma.

Everyone

100
Sad

Feeling

100

I can't do it.

I can do this.

200

A shocked face looks like.

Surprised look on the face.

200

This is one way a person can tell another person is sad.

crying or frown on the face.

200

A feeling Sherman had after seeing a terrible thing.

Angry, scared, sad,  or worried.

200

Running

Action

200

No one likes me.

I have people in my life that like me.

300

One deep breathe activity.

balloon breathing, bumblebee breathing, etc

300

A spot in the body that tells us when we are scared.

stomach hurts, shaky, bite our nails, or sweat.

300

What are things Sherman stopped doing after the terrible thing he saw.

Stopped playing with others, stopped sleeping, wouldn't eat as much, and stopped getting a long with his friends.

300

Tired

Feeling

300

I am dumb.

I am good at many things.

400

A place to think of that makes us feel better and safe is called this.

Safe Place.

400

A person might feel this way if they did not get enough sleep.

Sleepy or tired.

400

What helped Sherman feel better after the terrible thing he saw.

He talked with an adult and drew pictures.

400

I am amazing.

Thought

400

They won't like me.

They will like me and if they don't I'll be ok.

500

This is something that is on my coping map.

Kid's list items on their coping map.

500

A person may feel this way if they hear someone got a new toy but they did not get one.

Jealous

500

What is a trauma?

An upsetting or confusing event.

500

I feel like running.

Thought

500

It is not possible.

I can do my best.

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