Vocabulary
True/False
Which emotion is this?
Coping Skills
Body Sensations
100

The feeling of displeasure, hostility, or being very irritated or annoyed.

Anger

100

Feelings are either good or bad. 

False. Feelings are not good or bad, right or wrong, they are just feelings. You have a choice in how you express them, which can result in positive or negative consequences

100

You are smiling.

Happy

100

Doing something nice for another while taking your mind off conflict.

Helping others (being of service)

100

How do you feel anxiety or panic?

Upset stomach, racing heart, crying, shaking...

200

A feeling you have when you sense danger or fear something bad will happen to you or someone else.

Scared or Afraid 

200

You can have more than one feeling at a time.

True

200

You text your friend asking to hang out and they don't respond to your message.

Disappointed 

200

Focus on slow steady inhales and relaxed, slow exhales.

Controlled/ deep breathing

200

You were tossing and turning all night because your mind was racing.  What does your body feel like the next day?

Foggy, slow moving, heavy, eyes burning...

300

Feeling and ashamed or embarrassed because of your actions.

Guilt

300

True or False: Making a difference for others, such as volunteering or donating to charity has proven effective in increasing mood.

True! Being of service to others makes people feel that they are making a difference and contributing positively to the world and often significantly improves mood.

300

Someone tells you about the loss of a close friend. You relate to the sadness this person is experiencing and share in their sadness.

Empathy

300

Going for a run to get away from the situation and take time to think clearly.

Exercise

300

You are calm, what does this feel like in your body?

Ability to take a deep breath, light, energetic...

400

A feeling you may have when you are constantly thinking about something and are unsure of what the outcome will be.

Worried or Anxious

400

Crying is a normal reaction to strong feelings.

True! Crying releases tension. Some scientists believe it releases stress hormones too, which is why we fell better after a good cry.

400

You don't understand the question so you are staring at the teacher with scrunched eyebrows.

Confusion

400

Writing down thoughts and feelings about what you experience.

Journaling

400

Your friend keeps telling you they are grounded and canceling plans on you but you notice on their social media they are with other classmates, how does your body feel?

Hot face or ears, racing heart, sweaty palms....

500

A feeling you have when you are really looking forward to something.

Excited

500

Ignoring your feelings makes them go away.

False! Ignoring feelings only makes them grow more intense. Like a pressure valve, they will slowly seep out or explode in unintended and potentially harmful ways.

500

You say something to a friend because you are angry and later learn that your comments upset them.

Regret

500

sitting quietly with eyes unfocused or closed, maintaining attention on the present moment and letting thoughts pass freely.

Meditation

500
How do you feel excitement in your body?
Racing heart, smiling, easy breathing...
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