Some people let their anger out by hitting others, damaging property, saying harmful things to others or even hurting themselves. Expressing anger in these ways often makes matters worse. To be happy and healthy, it’s important to learn to recognize your angry feelings and express them in safe ways.
You are in charge of your behavior. You can choose ways to express your feelings that do not hurt anyone or anything.
This book explores the physical, emotional and relational causes, expressions and consequences of anger. The reader is empowered to choose from a host of healthy and safe ways to express this familiar emotion rather than letting it build up and "pop" in harmful ways. Share this story with a child you care about.