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Anger Management skills.. Have any of you worked on something like this with your kids? Or even for yourselves?

Posted by on May. 29, 2013 at 1:46 PM
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Anger Management Worksheet #1-1: Steam Journaling Angry Conversations (Skill 1)

StepsforChange.com Anger Management Worksheets © Copyright 2012 Gregory E. Hamlin Page 1

Step 1 is Steam Journaling: On five different occasions over a 3 day period, write out your angry

thoughts for 15 minutes without stopping to evaluate or judge your thoughts. Your total minutes of

writing should be at least 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Step 2 is reading over what you wrote at the end of 3 days and then

answering these questions:

QUESTION 1: IF I FORET ABOUT BLAME, WHAT ACTIONS ARE IN MY

POWER TO REDUCE THE TENSION OF THIS SITUATION IN A POSITIVE

WAY?

QUESTION 2: WHAT ARE MY FEARS ABOUT TAKING ONE OR MORE POSITIVE STEPS TO IMPROVE

THE SITUATION? EXAMPLES OF FEARS:

 I’m afraid to speak up for what I need or want.

 I’m afraid I will lose face, if I apologize for any of it.

 I’m afraid of his or her reaction.

 I’m afraid he or she will twist my words and use them against me.

 If I take responsibility for any of it, then he/she will think I’m weak.

http://stepsforchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/01-Anger-Worksheet-1-1-Steam-Journaling-Angry-Conversations-v-1_1-FILLABLE.pdf

http://stepsforchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/02-anger-worksheet2-thots-vs-feelings.pdf

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HopeJoyPeace1
by on May. 30, 2013 at 11:57 PM
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Quoting HopeJoyPeace1:

Anger Management Worksheet #1-1: Steam Journaling Angry Conversations (Skill 1)

StepsforChange.com Anger Management Worksheets © Copyright 2012 Gregory E. Hamlin Page 1

Step 1 is Steam Journaling: On five different occasions over a 3 day period, write out your angry

thoughts for 15 minutes without stopping to evaluate or judge your thoughts. Your total minutes of

writing should be at least 1 hour and 15 minutes.

Step 2 is reading over what you wrote at the end of 3 days and then

answering these questions:

QUESTION 1: IF I FORET ABOUT BLAME, WHAT ACTIONS ARE IN MY

POWER TO REDUCE THE TENSION OF THIS SITUATION IN A POSITIVE

WAY?

QUESTION 2: WHAT ARE MY FEARS ABOUT TAKING ONE OR MORE POSITIVE STEPS TO IMPROVE

THE SITUATION? EXAMPLES OF FEARS:

 I’m afraid to speak up for what I need or want.

 I’m afraid I will lose face, if I apologize for any of it.

 I’m afraid of his or her reaction.

 I’m afraid he or she will twist my words and use them against me.

 If I take responsibility for any of it, then he/she will think I’m weak.

http://stepsforchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/01-Anger-Worksheet-1-1-Steam-Journaling-Angry-Conversations-v-1_1-FILLABLE.pdf

http://stepsforchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/02-anger-worksheet2-thots-vs-feelings.pdf

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