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


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?


 Ground yourself

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