Boundaries
Coping Skills
Anger
self esteem
Random
100

True or False. porous boundaries are those that are too strong/ unopen. 

False

100

What is a coping skill you can use at your desk?

Breathing

100

What is a warning sign. 

How your body and thoughts warn you you are angry. 

100

What are some ways you can improve self esteem. 

positive self talk. 

100

Give one example of a safety behavior. 

Not talking 

200

What are rigid boundaries?

being unopen or having strong walls around your boundaries. 

200

How can you ground yourself with your senses?

5-4-3-2-1 

200

What is an anger trigger?

Something that makes you have an anger response that is hard to control. EX. loud noises. 

200

Does negative or positive self talk stick in someone's mind more?

negative

200

What lessons could be learned from Wall-e

gratefulness, persistence

300

What areas do people have boundaries around. Name atleast 3

time, physical touch, emotional boundaries. 

300
What is a good coping skill for anxiety. 

Deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation. 

300

True or False. Other emotions are often underneath anger

True

300

True or false. you have to believe the positive self talk to do it. 

False
300

Name one time management skill 

make lists

400

Is telling a stranger everything about you an example of porous or rigid boundaries?

Porous

400

What are unhealthy ways to cope with anxiety?

avoidance, safety behaviors

400

Name an anger coping skill. 

Walking away

400

What activity did we do to work on self esteem?

campaign. 

400

Name one dysfunctional family role

Hero, scapegoat, lost child

500

Give an example of someone sticking up for their boundaries. 

See therapist for example. 

500
What are coping skills for Self harm

ice, drawing, distractions. 

500

True or False. Anger is always a problem

False

500

True or false. you are worth it. 

True

500

Show us an example of starting a conversation with a stranger

Show us. 

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