Mindfulness for Anger

Teens face many changes and challenges that can lead to depression. 

Billy Rogers

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1. Breathe 

Breathing  involves finding a quiet spot and focus on your your breathe.

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2

Visualisation 

visualize what made you angry and think about that incident that triggered your anger. 

3

Notice Your BODY  

Notice what happens in your body when you’re expressing your anger. For instance, do you feel hot, clammy, confused, fatigued, faint, sweaty, shaky, stiff, tense, or weak?

4

 Ground yourself

 Pulling your shoulders back and taking several slow breaths can help ground yourself.