The process of Anger
Chill Skills: Using my brain or my body
Type of coping responses
Types of coping responses
External/Internal Triggers
100

I find out that we are moving next week.

Event

100

Going for a walk

Using my body

100

Exploding in the classroom

Turn it loose coping style.

100

Taking a deep breath

Manage it coping style.

100

My father lost his job

External Trigger.

200
My mother has been diagnosed with Cancer.

Event

200

Listening to music.

Using my brain.

200

Keeping my feelings to myself.

Lock it up coping style.

200

Playing basketball to burn off some steam

Manage it coping style.

200

I think that I am so dumb, I can't do anything right.

Internal Trigger.

300

I run the situation over and over again in my head.

Thought

300

Reading a book.

Using my brain
300

Asking to talk about how I feel.

Manage it coping style.
300

Calling someone a mean name and threaten to punch them.

Turn it loose coping style.

300

Kenneth called me a jerk for nothing

External Trigger

400

I scream to the top of my lungs when I have to stop playing on my chrome book.

Behavior

400

Talking to someone about my situation.

Using my brain and body

400

Throwing books across the room

Turn it loose coping style.

400

Refusing to talk to my mother when she asked me what is wrong.

Lock it up.

400

Joseph won't play with me anymore

External Trigger.

500

Jennifer stated she felt lost and angry at the same time.

Feeling

500

Writing in a journal

Using my body and brain.

500

Going into my room and crying quietly after my brother hurt my feelings.

Lock it up.

500

Walking out of the classroom while my teacher was teaching.

Turn it loose coping style.

500

They are having a book fair but I can't buy anything because my mother lost her job this week.

External Trigger.

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