Coping Skills
Anger
Relapse prevention
Bonus
100

true or false: You can avoid all triggers at any moment 

FALSE. There are some situations you cannot avoid or control. You CAN control how you respond.

100

True or False: It is okay to ask for space to cool down when angry

True

100

Is relpase a setback?

yes

100
How do you cope with anger? 

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200

How can we practice mindfulness?

meditation, grounding, listening to music, mindfulness walks

200

True or False: Anger is always valid, it just depends on how you respond to the anger

true

200

What is a sober support? give an example of one .

Sober supports are someone you can reach out to when you are in a crisis or having cravings from triggers.

examples are: counselors, sober friends, family, PO.

200

what is your motivation for sobriety?

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300

what is a benefit of meditation?

to calm your mind and focus on breathing

300

Name a coping skill to help with anger.

breathing, listening to music, writing, playing video games, or any other distractions.

300

what are some things you can do to avoid a setback from turning into a relapse or continued use?

coping skills, sober suppots, avoiding triggers, using motivations/ goals. 

300

what is your go-to coping skill that is one you trust?

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400

Name 5 diversion coping skills that anyone can use

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400

What is the benefit of Deep breathing when it comes to anger?

Calming down and giving time for things to pass. 

400

What are set backs?

Setbacks are road blocks such as obstacles or situations that can be a challenge for someone in recovery.

400
What brought you to treatment? was it your choice? has your view on treatment changed?

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500

What is a diversion/distractions?

temporary activities such as hobbies to keep your mind off triggers and cravings
500

What is the difference between responding and reacting?

responding is a way to address anger or a trigger in a healthy well thought out way or deciding to walk away

reacting is using the fuel to your anger to lash out and may damage relationships. 

500

What is the definition of Warning signs of relapse?

warning signs are behaviors or things that a person begins to do before relapsing. 

(going back to old behaviors)

500

Explain a time you relapsed or continued to use after attempting to stop and how that impacted your sobriety.

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